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Listed

Describing a security or derivative that is traded on an exchange. It contrasts with the term "over-the-counter."
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list

To admit a security for trading on an organized exchange. In order to be listed, the security and the issuer must meet certain minimal standards established by the exchange. These standards may relate to assets, earnings, market value, and stock voting rights. Compare delist. See also Form S-1.
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Because when you listen, you tend to hear even what is not yet said.
In addition, Anthony Edgington (2008) wrote a column focused on how tutors read and listen to student texts.
Listen Technologies' assistive listening products equip users with solutions that minimise noise, distance, clashing conversations, hearing loss and other audio challenges.
The person who talks the most feels the best, but the one who listens has the most information.
As teachers, we spend incredible resources teaching our students how to listen sensitively to the sounds that come out of their instrument and then modifying to taste.
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Drawing on musicology to demonstrate how we might listen to, and learn from, others, McRae (2015) argued that there are multiple modes of listening that fashion our experiences with the social world.
Because of the survival-based way in which the brain evolved, humans instinctively listen at much faster rates than they talk.
Umano is a news-reading service that allows you to listen to the latest articles from the most popular and trusted newspapers and Websites such as the Huffington Post, Lifehacker, Medium, WSJ, The Guardian among many others.
The challenge, she argues, is to take up the responsibilities as citizens associated with the obligation to listen.
Indeed, although aware of the instrumentality of listening, even trained communicators often fail to listen correctly or at opportune times.