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Tout

To promote a security in order to attract buyers.
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Tout

To strongly encourage investors to buy a particular security. Touting usually comes from someone with a strong interest in seeing the security's price rise, such as a large shareholder, a public relations firm, or even the issuing company itself. To tout is illegal in some circumstances, notably around the date of registration with the SEC.
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tout

To foster interest in a particular company or security. For example, a broker might tout a security to a client in the hope that the client will purchase the security.
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This will cause severely high heat and in turn, the touter will turn hot and melt the solder that is holding the PCD tip to the steel body, thereby resulting in tool failure.
White uses a custom simple network-management protocol system to pull data off the touters directly in order to monitor the circuits and overall network performance.
Two former touters of Xybernaut stock have since been accused by the SEC of fraudulent activities relating to publicly-traded securities, though not Xybernaut.
"We've got a good relationship in the sense that they provide 24/7 access and service for the network straight up to the VPN touters and boxes that sit on the network.
When the opportunities to manipulate in this way emerge as a product of laws and public policy--such as an FCC decision not to require cable broadband operators to allow competitors to offer services that, for example, might refrain from using policy touters is a crisp example (29)--the affront to autonomy should be recognized under more or less any conception of autonomy.
Ski touters will tell you that you are not going up in order to come down, but the exhilaration of a virgin powder run through the wilderness after a long hike up beats anything a resort can give you.
Anecdotally, we find that most networks today do not even activate the common compression algorithms that exist in most touters for link speeds above 56 or 128Kbps.
Ted Cruz, the former state solicitor general, came into this tagged as a star of the future, with Washington columnists and Republican and conservative tenders and touters cooing over his prospects.
While the company purchased a variety of tools in 2007, including a vacuum system, edgebander, touters and hand tools, Lilienthal credits his employees' dedication for the company's growth.
For instance, 1) the frequency of reads and writes are obtained locally through the site which hosts the subgame, 2) the information about network architecture is globally available since domains can easily pull such information from the touters using the border gate protocol (BGP) [32], and 3) the locations of the primary sites are also available locally since the agents represent the objects, (i.e., they have to know where they originated from,) etc.
Approximately 1,600 Tropos Networks wireless touters are being installed in a grid across the populous areas of the city's corporate limits to provide coverage, with a minimum throughput of 512 Kbps to 1 Mbps on average, which meets the qualifying standard for high-speed wireless.