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Legitimate

Used in the context of general equities. Real interest in trading as compared to a profile stance. See: Natural.

Legitimate

Describing a security or trade in which a prospective buyer intends to buy without any illegal intentions, such as price manipulation.
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Locally, legitimacy, a political currency recognised internationally, has been a familiar word since the bungled 2017 presidential elections.
In a land of minority identities, Asad's legitimacy is rooted in his ability to offer a veneer of cohesion that binds them together.
In order for a legitimacy-based argument to have traction against Dworkin's contention that upstream hate speech bans can spoil the legitimacy of downstream laws then, such an argument must also work at the level of the legitimacy of downstream laws, claims Weinstein.
A commonly used model of legitimacy includes four factors: 1) legality, 2) effectiveness, 3) procedural fairness, and 4) distributive fairness.
Nonetheless, Uganda is a "least likely" case for the theory, which makes it relevant with respect to countries in Southeast Asia by showing that there is nothing irreversible about the so-called legitimacy traps.
A core question of legitimacy in the use of power is whether it is used in the right way to do the right things--a statement that immediately raises questions about how "right" would be adjudicated.
This, in turn, has undermined its social legitimacy.
Using some of the markers associated with loss of legitimacy, there is no doubt that the popular legitimacy of the SPLM-led government is rapidly eroding since the eruption of conflict on 15th December 2013 and may face constitutional legitimacy crisis in the coming few months.
The volume begins with three theoretical chapters that discuss general concepts and challenges of legitimacy and legitimation in relation to IOs and, in doing so, offer some original insights on these wider theoretical questions.
They doubt however the party would eventually recognize the legitimacy of the head of state.
They say that the Egyptian army would not have been able to topple Mohamed Morsi were it not for that legitimacy it had gained among the Egyptians the day the October Victory was accomplished.