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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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The art of Errenzhuan as a local folk form has come a long way from the marginalized, unofficial "marketplace" of rural fields, courtyards, and dachedian [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (village inns) to its legitimatization in the official mainstream broadcast media.
Substantial long-term funding must be provided to identify existing effective practices with communities of color and to promote their legitimatization as promising practices and EBPs.
Like its companion books, it welcomes a series of ad hoc grabs for power by Democratic administrations, wars and national crises providing the ultimate tools of legitimatization for freedom's extension to newer areas.
It is at the heart of all our questions about long distance trade, the spread of disease, cross-cultural contact, and even as I suggested in the question of legitimatization, the interconnectedness of science, religion, and republicanism.
To what extent does keeping materials as "heritage" constitute an appreciation or legitimatization of their contents?
Social results include a growing interest for sustaining ecosystem services, reinforced legitimatization for ecosystem management and hence constructive conflict resolution on issues of embankments and nature reserves.
An effective means to accomplish legitimatization and preservation is discourse.
Other articles that this reviewer found provocative include Ravi Sundaram's "The Brazilianization of India," which addresses the legitimatization of inequality, among India's elite as well as virtual immigration to the United States (128-130).