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Market indication; willingness to go both ways (buy or sell) at the mentioned volume and market. Print; up on the ticker tape, confirming that the trade has been executed.

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In North Korea, a political subdivision equivalent to an urban municipality.
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Worse news for Monkhouse & Co is that mother-in-law, Irish and other "politically incorrect" gags get least laughs.
It is true that man is an animal who can laugh, but it is not true that he therefore should laugh at everything.
The second explanation of humour is that people laugh when they see incongruity, that is, two things side-by-side that normally do not belong together.
Don't laugh at the punch line; ask the joker to explain to you what's funny.
London, September 7 ( ANI ): Spoof disaster 'Airplane' is the funniest film ever, generating three laughs a minute on an average, a new study has revealed.
Maybe the reason some of us are reluctant to laugh or express joy in church is because we haven't directly experienced the absolute pleasure of God's healing power in our lives.
And for a brief moment, we the workers could take a break, smile, laugh, jeer, and escape the difficulties of the movement.
In the excerpt from Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God, when Jody attacks Janie and she retaliates, it is said that "a big laugh started off .
As adults, it may take more to make us laugh but our intellect and experience allow us to understand more jokes more easily.
Ultimately, the scientists analyzed the data for the few seconds before and after each joke, as indicated by the show's laugh track.
It's OK for a friend to laugh when you blow milk out your nose during your Saturday-night sleepover.