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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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Never tie a teething ring around a baby's neck, as it could get caught on something and strangle the baby.
The plastics include vinyl chloride-based products such as dolls, teething rings and hoses, and epoxy resin-based products such as printed boards, said Takashi Yamamoto, leader of the National Institute for Environmental Studies research group.
You can help your baby by giving them a teething ring or toy, the corner of a wet clean flannel, or, if they can manage it, a raw carrot or apple to chew on.
Distract your child with a chilled teething ring (never freeze it or your baby may get frostbite) or a piece of carrot - something with a firm texture.
Don't you just hate it whena:Some of the tales of interior destruction inflicted on long-suffering parents questioned in the survey were: My son smeared spaghetti all over our new cream sofa on the first day we had it I have teeth marks in all my furniture because my two-year-old son refused to use a teething ring
If any Coventry babies do make the squad, they'll also qualify for a sky-blue baby suit, rattle and teething ring.
You can give your baby something to chew, such as a hard rubber pacifier or a chilled teething ring.
In 2013, the company launched with the fully British-made Izzy Melody BabyBangle, a flexible, lightweight teething ring with a soft density that supports baby to safely soothe the pain of teething, as well as help stimulate speech, weaning and motor skills practice.
Important issues under investigation include: where to source the smallest infant teething ring and the best baby swimwear, when to start using grobags and wise weaning tips.
Lend us that teething ring and there's a good chance of you becoming a princess one dayOK.
Too wee to bite on a teething ring, Calpol, cuddles, gum gels and homeopathic powders have all been pressed into action - to little effect.
To help ease this you can vigorously massage the area for a few minutes or let them chew on a smooth, hard teething ring.