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Flash

Value of a security displayed, or flashed across the tape, when the tape display cannot keep up with volume on an exchange and lags the current price by more than approximately five minutes.

Flash

When the tape is late by more than five minutes, the current price of a security that periodically displays, or "flashes," on the ticker. This interrupts the delayed prices and keeps investors abreast of where the current price is even if they do not know how it arrived there. The flash price displays every five or 10 minutes.
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According to the company, the lead product candidate, Twirla, (ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel transdermal system), also known as AG200-15, is a once-weekly prescription contraceptive patch. The patch is applied once weekly for three weeks followed by a patch-free week and is designed to promote user compliance.
Repeating this process, draw new lines for patches 8 and 9 and add the patches in numerical order.
Sometimes unwinding a bad patch is as simple as logging into your patch or systems management server and removing the patch.
VERICOM CAT6 data patch cords are commonly used in many types of high-speed data and computer equipment.
Congenital medial frontofacial capillary malformation simulates a salmon patch but differs from a salmon patch in that the lesion is more extensive, extending from the forehead and glabella to the nose, philtrum, and upper lip; the color is more intense; and the lesion fades more slowly or incompletely [8].
"It's not your fault you're deaf," Bryan said, laughing as Patch playfully licked his face.
* On what type of piping system will the pipe patch be applied?
Born on June 17, 1898, Mr Patch grew up in Coombe Down, near Bath, and left school at the age of 15 to train as a plumber.
"Right now, the nicotine patch is only recommended for use after the quit date," explained Jed Rose, lead author of the study.
Women who wear patches for birth control or menopause hormone therapy do not need to worry, because these products do not contain aluminum.
The phase II trial, sponsored by Zosano Pharma Inc., found that the 40-mcg patch increased total hip BMD by 1.3% in 24 weeks, whereas the daily injected dose failed to increase total hip BMD at all.
To eliminate the risk of skin burns, transdermal drug patches should be removed before patients undergo magnetic resonance imaging scans, the Food and Drug Administration advises.