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Natural

Used in the context of general equities. Customer buyer or seller, versus a principal or profile interest. Legitimate, real.

Natural

Describing a security or trade in which a prospective buyer or seller actually intends to buy or sell, as opposed to an indication of interest where the inquirer has other intentions.
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The Arabian Gulf is a natural focus for the expansion of our luxury brands, and the signing of Doha Melia brings to this important property a guarantee of solvency and management for the future, while representing partnership and commitment of two business groups with a strong foundation and family values," said Gabriel Escarrer, Melia vice-president and CEO.
Jeanrond proposes a readjustment of the Christian approach to love from a focus on faith to the more natural focus on the praxis of love, an approach to theological truth that he refers to as an interreligious hermeneutics of love.
With a natural focus on children and adolescents due to the manageable distance, the annual week has evolved to 10 days and routinely sees schools and neighborhood groups building up to their events with regular training goals for kids throughout the entire year.
Terrorism and increasing religiosity, while very much relevant to these artists, does not seem to be the natural focus of their lives and art, rather it is concerns such as of hunger, floods, justice, erasure and regeneration of tradition, and gender violence that captivates their (and our) psyche.
Territory of Ak-Suu district is natural focus of plague.
While the natural focus of the co-working space has been those working in that technology, entertainment and design sector, it is not exclusively so.
The high turnover of people with specific knowledge on board, the evolving nature of the systems and the natural focus on merely the production process and systems on board make this follow-up often challenging for an owner," van der Geest said.
In addition to the BCOE, the Criminal Justice Information Services Division -- with its vast repositories of biometric and biographical data -- is the FBI's natural focus for identity management activities.
Hannah Bontrager said that Casanova's saucy personality made him a natural focus for a new ballet.
In part because of the media's natural focus on the unusual--in this case, the big election survey errors--the public is skeptical about polling and willing to believe it can be capricious and wrong.
Ricci's natural focus is Arabic, which was 'the bearer of new stories, ideas, beliefs, scripts, and linguistic and literary forms' (p.
Players in all contact sports, past and present, will argue that intimidation, to varying degrees, is part and parcel of the game with the natural focus falling on the opposition players capable of technically causing the most damage.