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Comparison

Short for "comparison ticket," a memorandum between two brokers that confirms the details of a transaction to be carried out.

comparison

A confirmation from one broker to another with respect to the details of a security trade. Also called broker comparison, comp.
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The Peugeot RCZ-R turns an elegant 2+2 into something that can stand comparison with a car bearing more upmarket badges
Not only does the Chevrolet Cruze look funky, but its cabin can stand comparison alongside many European and Japanese rivals.
Coe also vowed to "magpie" the best qualities from all the recent Olympics as he strives to turn London 2012 into an event which will stand comparison with the greatest games in history.
The two things which stand out about Simon, and which stand comparison with Don, are the way he demands discipline from his team and his workrate.
This fine group of musicians stand comparison against the best, and their enthusiasm is palpable.
But thanks to a succession of enthusiastic teams at FFB, our exporting campaigns in the 21st century stand comparison with any on the increasingly competitive global scene.
The fact that a novice has crafted a movie that can stand comparison with major works from veterans such as Clint Eastwood and Martin Scorsese speaks volumes.
Our recipes already stand comparison with any other premium quality brand, now our packaging is going to work harder for us and reflect our premium quality position more strongly as well, with the Vanilla recipe positioned as a rich, creamy dessert, and our Frozen Strawberry Yogurt as a delicious, low-fat, healthier alternative to normal ice cream.
These ceremonies are not a challenge to be "politically correct" or to seek some kind of balance between Forces and gender, but it is rather a chance to "parade" a well-drilled, well-uniformed, skilled unit that can stand comparison with the U.
He is even starting to stand comparison with former players, having drawn level with Ian Botham's England one-day record of 44 sixes --reaching that tally in only 56 innings, compared to the legendary all-rounder's 106 innings at this level.