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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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They are political strategy, legitimatizing legislative "interventions," and as educational agenda.
Kahwaji from south: Israeli threats target army, people and resistance Lists fever mixes alliances Gasoline triggers syndicated uprising ASSAFIR: Gasoline inflames the street: Strike and demonstrations for transport syndicates in Lebanon Kahwaji dedicates from south "people, army and resistance" equation Consensus might extend to Beirut and Tripoli...and Murr preaches it in Metn FUTURE: Ministers of council follows the results of administrative delegation visit to Damascus and consensus is impossible in Beirut...Drivers strike today Hariri: "Scud" missiles is Israeli pretext to threaten Lebanon AL-AKHBAR: 2010 budget draft: They are legitimatizing tax evasion DAILY STAR: Feltman: Hizbullah receiving Scuds would be 'incendiary' action
All these crucial features of the whole phenomenon are simply ignored by the author da Silva, his sole effort centering around legitimatizing the myths and legends available in the Sanskrit and vernacular texts into a systematic Aryan structural order.
As net metering programs become increasingly popular across the US, verifying exact solar energy production levels has become similarly important as a means of legitimatizing the renewable energy credit programs.