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Leg

A prolonged trend in stock market prices, such as a multiple-period bull market; or, an option that is one side of a spread transaction. See: Lifting a leg.

Leg

In a swap, the individual future cash flows that are swapped. The legs are calculated over a notional principal amount, which is not exchanged between the counterparties. Thus, in a swap, the only things traded are the two legs, which each party pays the other at set intervals over the life of the contract. For example, in an interest rate swap, one party may agree to pay the other a fixed interest rate over a notional value while the second party may agree to pay a variable interest rate over the same notional value. In this case, the fixed interest rate and the variable interest rate are the swap's two legs.

leg

One side of a combination option. See also leg lifting, leg on, long leg, short leg.
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A poor tackle from Ryan Shawcross resulted in the then-youngster suffering a doublefracture to his leg - breaking both his tibia and fibula and undergoing surgery to fix the issue.
Aunque las placas se consideran como el tratamiento de eleccion en las fracturas de tibia distal, existe aun controversia sobre el tipo de placas para la fijacion optima.
Effects of dietary calcium concentrations in low non-phytate phosphorus diets containing phytase on tibia characteristics of growing broiler chickens (1) Dietary Ca concentrations (g/kg) 4.
We followed IOWA Scoring System to assess the functional outcome of the proximal and distal juxta-articular fractures of the tibia, which was treated with hybrid external fixator.
Bilateral stress fracture of the tibia diagnosed by ultrasound.
All adult patients of both genders having fresh open diaphysial fractures of tibia gustilo type IIIA and IIIB were included.
The DM content of excreta was calculated in the same way as mentioned above for calculating tibia DM.
8) by incising the muscle either laterally or medially, and turning it over the tibia, preserving some of the segmental pedicles.
88% patients out of which 66% cases involved bilateral tibiae, 19% cases right tibia and 15% cases left tibia, respectively.
Apply a high velocity low amplitude thrust posteriorly through the distal tibia, as the foot is dorsi flexed with the other hand on the heel.
Tables 1-3 give the details of the results in terms of nutrient foramina number, position, and direction, and Figures 1-4 give pictorial details of the foramina in tibia.