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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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For more information on Ringless voicemail drop services, please contact VoIP Terminator.
Until we hear otherwise, let's assume that ringless voicemail is legal.
However, "Birthday," written in 1970 but unpublished until Ringless Fingers, shows a greater sense of vulnerability (the poem is quoted here in full):
Instead, the new two-hour-plus show presents a story line, in which one lucky family of four is plucked from the audience (actually, they're shills) to become part of the ringless fantasy.
Graciela said that if it were to happen today she would be honored to assist in the delivery, and she put out one ringless hand and let it rest on Carolina's belly, a moment that in the coming months Carolina would return to as if it were the cool forgiving grace of a confession booth, a memory kept secret from her husband even though he had been ahi mismito, watching the surgeon with her hand on his wife's belly.
Although my nimble fingers are often left as nature intended, bare and ringless, the heaviest bauble ever to grace my right hand was a oversized mood-ring in 1993.
A youngish woman in a black dress with a broad white collar, standing with her hands folded in front of her, one gloved, the other hidden except for the fingers, which are flexed, ringless.
This series of ringless panel mount clips are designed to provide a cost effective installation option for a variety of electronic devices, including power supplies, modems, computer peripheral devices and other electronic equipment.
Here we have ringless trees and approximately 12 hours of day and 12 hours of night all year round.
The rings would fall automatically into the ice-cold reservoir, and the ringless jellyfish body was slid down into a waste bucket.
Oddly enough, in the summer of 1995, the two cycles coincide: Saturn appears ringless, and it is the time of hatching and amazing singing for the most famous batch of the periodic cicadas sometimes incorrectly called the 17-year "locusts.