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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

See pit.
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ally had icky of g St Andrews eventually to bring a sub on for Ricky after 15 minutes trying to get the ring off.
One remarkable thing (about my mom) was that she never took her wedding ring off unless my dad took it off of her finger; he always put it back on,'' Brooks said.
Could you remind mechanics to leave the wear ring off when installing a new wheel seal on the M984E1?
Mr Meltz believed their cat knocked the ring off a counter and the dog gobbled it up.
I thought that by doing research, opening an office and informing people, the phone would ring off the hook," says Leffall.
If Columbus had flipped a six-pack ring off the side of the Santa Maria during his voyage to America 400 years ago, it could float to shore today.
When the weather was bad and it rained, our umbrella business would skyrocket and the phones would ring off the hook, but when it was sunny, the phones stopped ringing and our business dried up as quickly as the ground did on a hot summer day.
Pargo hoped it would bring an end to the old "slipping the ring off the finger" for straying partners.
RUSSELL Brand takes his wedding ring off and jokes about sleeping with students in an internet video just weeks before he split with Katy Perry.
Put it in one of the classic glossies or FastFord mag - I'm sure the phone will ring off the wall.