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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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Not all children seeking recognition as American citizens were given the benefit of the legitimation rule, however.
Van Leeuwen's concept of moral evaluation legitimation "is based on values, rather than imposed by some kind of authority without further justification.
The QDA miner codes facilitated the comparison across the codes of legitimation (L) and delegitimation (DL).
23) On the basis of this jurisprudence and the history of self-government, Post contends, the design of First Amendment doctrine must be understood "as protect [ing] the processes of democratic legitimation required for discursive democracy" (p.
154) It also made good use of the Guyer rule in briefs and intra-office memoranda, relying on it to reject the possibility that the Department of State's legitimation exception--established in the Rover case and formally ratified by the Department of Justice in 1920--could apply to the children of Chinese American fathers.
Discourse theory calls attention to democracy as a legitimation principle.
The first is an increase in legitimation and, potentially, also of the acceptance of planned measures.
Overall, Omale presents very rich and fascinating data; however, I feel that the significance of the legitimation crisis in Nigeria is not explored as fully as it might have been.
This is one of several books published by authors working on the theme "Ritual legitimation of central North African and West Asiatic rulerships," which form part of the multidisciplinary project "Cultural and linguistic contacts: Processes of change in historical areas of tension of North Africa and West Asia" at the Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz.
The second half of the article goes on to consider Croatian state legitimation and privileged veteran pensions.
It argues that as the Party's traditional sources of legitimacy had been exhausted by the late 1980s, and alternative legitimation modes were largely irrelevant or ineffective, socio-economic performance emerged as the single most important source of legitimacy for the CPV.