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Post

Particular place on the floor of an exchange where transactions in stocks listed on the exchange occur.

Post

1. The physical place on an exchange where transactions occur. Posts are most important to exchanges that use the open outcry or a similar system. They are becoming increasingly irrelevant as more exchanges conduct trading electronically. Posts are also called trading posts.

2. To recognize a transaction on an account. For example, if one writes a check for $100 and $100 is deducted from that account three days later, the transaction is set to post on the third day.

post

A location on the floor of an organized exchange at which assigned securities are traded. Posts are numbered and staffed by specialists. A single location may accommodate the trading of a number of different securities. Also called trading post.

post

To enter information in an account. For example, if a customer sends money to a broker, the brokerage firm will post a credit to the customer's account.

post

an accounting term, meaning to enter the details of a transaction in a firm's LEDGER accounts from the details provided in the firm's JOURNAL.
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Others attach to the prop hub and are secured to the dome with screws, while some domes are press-fitted onto a bulkhead fastened to or secured by the propeller.
Constant-speed propellers are heavier and more expensive to acquire and maintain than fixed-pitch props. But as available power increases, it's unusual to see a fixed-pitch prop on an engine of more than, say, 180 hp because of its inability to keep up with the constant-speed variety when it comes to performance and efficiency.
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Diameters are offered in fewer variations than pitch, but common props used on most fishing boats vary from 13 to 16 inches.
Don't use props to hide your dancers Ultimately your goal in a competition is to showcase your dancers' talent, not demonstrate their ability to climb scaffolding or pose on a platform.
Conditions backstage may be cramped and prop makers may have to work with strong smelling adhesives and paints.
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I mean, if I could feather the prop and disengage a clutch to keep the engine running, wouldn't that be the ideal when going downhill?
While some people will play with their hair, beard or any other item at hand to help focus attention and to do something with their hands, others tend to gesticulate or even more annoyingly others will punch their palms, but in most cases it is only the most focused and calculatingly articulate that don't need, whether consciously or not, some prop of some sort when trying to confidently articulate themselves.The prop or gesture is something that vents nervous energy, focuses or distracts the audience and at the same time creates a repetitive, perhaps harmonic movement or cycle which in some way regulates the rhythm, flow or direction of thoughts and words.
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