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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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Knowing a good thing when he saw it, Gonzalez put it all on the line, selling his home and moving in with his in-laws, to provide the finances necessary to have the Je Je Teething Ring professionally designed and get a mold made.
There were times I would strap teething rings to my neck so I always had something to hand.
Recognising the signs of teething, Sophie replaced the nourishing metalloids with plastic teething rings.
No teething rings, pacifiers, sleep-time accessories or nursery decor, please
After seven months of breast-feeding, the babies of the mothers received three teething rings, one at a time.
At age 7 months, children of the breast-feeding mothers received three teething rings one at a time.
Use it often on its hottest setting and wash your baby's pacifiers, toys, teething rings, nipples, bottles -- anything hard that goes in his mouth.
Alongside the frippery, the store also stocks more practical gifts including funky nappy bags with the necessary accessories (wet wipe containers, teething rings and little blankets) as well as glittery photograph albums, frames and baby scrapbooks.
These synthetic chemicals, used to make plastics soft and flexible, are frequently found in toys and other products for young children, including teething rings, soft books, and bottle nipples.
One phthalate, diisononyl phthalate (DINP), is commonly used in the manufacture of soft vinyl products made for babies, such as bath books, rubber ducks and teething rings.
While parents fret over the toxins in plastic toys and teething rings (see "The Battle to Ban Toxic Toys," sidebar, May/June 2007), they now have to consider what chemicals may be lurking in their car seat.
Blunt, firm objects such as teething rings can help at this stage, as can anaesthetic gels, which you can get from your chemist.