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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.
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ring

See pit.
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In the past, the FCC has received two petitions arguing that ringless automated voicemails are not covered under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act ("TCPA").
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Until we hear otherwise, let's assume that ringless voicemail is legal.
Patsy Kensit looked happy and ringless when I spotted her in Selfridges this week having a browse for new outfits.
First, she was snapped in Paris, dangling her ringless finger at the snappers.
The 26-year-old was snapped on Wednesday in Paris apparently flaunting her ringless hand.
"Lord of the Ringless: Women Devoted to God and Desiring Marriage" is a guide for single woman of faith who wants to keep their faith as they hunt for their other half.
The farther south you are and the less obstructed your western horizon, the better your chances for a telescopic sighting of Saturn's ringless, 16"-wide disk during the long-awaited ring-plane crossing on the 4th.
They then traded for Allen on draft night, acquired Garnett later in the summer, and rode the three ringless All-Stars to a 66-16 mark.
He pressed her fingers before he released them; they were thin and ringless, the nails the same pearly color as her toes.
statesmen / And scientists ..." (The enjambment of "outside / Us" effectively emphasizes that it is "Us," and the love they share, that is set apart from time--or at least it seems so at this moment.) However, "Birthday," written in 1970 but unpublished until Ringless Fingers, shows a greater sense of vulnerability (the poem is quoted here in full): Come to me a moment, stand, Ageing yet lovely still, At my side, let me tell you that, With the clouds massing for attack And the wind worrying the leaves From the branches and the blood seeping Thin and slow through the ventricles Of the heart, I regret less, Looking back on the poem's Weakness, the failure of the mind To be clever than of the heart To deserve you as you showed how.
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.