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Options: All option contracts of the same class that also have the same unit of trade, expiration date, and exercise price. Stocks: shares that have common characteristics, such as rights to ownership and voting, dividends, or par value. In the case of many foreign shares, one series may be owned only by citizens of the country in which the stock is registered.
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Option Series

All the option contracts of the same class on the same underlying security with the same strike price and expiration date that are traded on an exchange. For example, all call options on Stock X with strike price Y expiring on the last Friday in March make up one option series in the exchange on which they are traded. An option series is also simply called a series.
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Britain had completed a map series of the Antarctic Peninsula, whilst Australia had supplemented its 1:1,000,000 map series of 22 maps with enhanced satellite imagery.
Italian military authorities published their own 1:1 million map series covering Europe and large parts of Africa and Asia, as did the Japanese.
* In an Australian and maybe world version first, a topographic map series is available as an A4 size product.
This was our challenge, how to convert our cadastral map series into a digital format in short time with limited funds and with minimal staff who have no experience no training and no computers.
The MAP Series will be available in July 2002 while the MAS Series will be generally available in September 2002.
Notes to accompany Geological Map Series GM3, Washington County, Maine Geological Survey, 19 p.
The 1:5,000 and 1:25,000 scale maps were digitized from the national topographic map series, but the 1:1,000 scale maps have been plotted from aerial photos because 1:5,000 is the highest map scale used for the national topographic map series.
To achieve this, users must find the system easy to operate, and they also should be able to process records in any manner they like, such as obtaining a printed copy of the records searched or an index map to a map series. At the same time, we hope that after the whole system becomes fully automated, we can save staff time when cataloging and answering reference queries.
Sources actually used in compiling the map series for this project are listed separately (Appendix.
Photo: New map series aids in exploring Santa Barbara wildernesses, foothills, mountain bike routes
This map series was later adopted by the International Civil Aviation Organisation as the base for World Aeronautical Charts.