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Ring

A place on an exchange assigned for the trading of certain commodities, futures, or options. It is also called a pit or a trading pit.

ring

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He said: "In men the ring finger tends to be slightly longer than the index finger and the difference in length is thought to be the result of testosterone exposure before birth.
Even Uncle Reguard ventured the opinion that so many centuries (some spoke of millennia) of cutting off the left ring finger had resulted in a mutation whereby they were born with an extra finger in order to compensate for the finger they would be losing at nine.
Men teaching social science, such as psychology and education had ring fingers longer than their index fingers.
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The researchers measured the lengths of the youngsters' fingers on both hands, then divided the length of the index finger by that of the ring finger to calculate their digit ratios.
Victoria Simon, 20, lost half of her middle and ring fingers, part of her index finger and the tip of her little finger on her left hand after it was trapped in a door.
The length of our ring finger, in relation to our index finger, can tell us how much of the male hormone testosterone we have been exposed to before birth.
The beautiful Mila Kunis was seen carrying a bouquet of flowers in Studio City, California on Wednesday and on her ring finger was this gold band signalling that love is in the air.
Webb first sparked wedding rumors when she wore a big gem on her ring finger and also when she wore a ring at the Regions Tradition golf tournament in Birmingham on Friday.
Some of the real-life cases, carefully hand-picked for inclusion, are laced with mordant humour, like Rick, who lost two fingers in an accident and had to decide between re-attaching his middle finger at a cost of EUR60,000 or his ring finger at a cost of just EUR12,000.
Previous studies have found the relationship between your index and ring finger can determine how symmetrical your face is, with a big difference in length between second and fourth fingers usually indicating more asymmetrical features.