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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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For example, Clegg described Farage as 'Putin's friend' despite the fact that Farage had made it abundantly clear that he did not admire Putin as a human being but thought that the Russian leader had run rings round the West over Syria and the Crimea consistent with Russian strategic interests.
GEORDIE gran Val Murray could run rings round people half her age.
While their killing of power plays compares favourably with that of the Canucks - just over one per cent between them - Vancouver have shown they can run rings round Boston when holding a man advantage.
They really do run rings round the other lot - at least in my neck of the woods - and the few who I know are conscientious caring politicians.
Millennium Coastal Park manager Rory Dickinson said: "The horse owners are just laughing at authority, the police and ourselves as the horses run rings round us all.
"I go to the gym three times a week and can run rings round other staff half my age but I'm still being booted out because of a birthday."
Ruth, 39, said: "James is the way he is now because he's been allowed to run rings round the justice system.
Who would volunteer for problems, as council vetting seems derisory - the aka brigade run rings round the system because there's no photo or national insurance number on tenants' records.