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Type

The classification of an option contract as either a put or a call.

Type

One of two kinds of option contract. In other words, a type is either a call or a put.
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The secretary and typewriter sat together on the stamped Spanish-leather cushions by the plate-glass observation-window at the rear end, watching the surge and ripple of the ties crowded back behind them, and, it is believed, making notes of the scenery.
All my waking hours, except those with that infernal typewriter, were spent in a creative heaven.
And what wouldn't I give that he should be alive now, seeing what we're going to see--" but reflecting that the glories of the future depended in part upon the activity of her typewriter, she bobbed her head, and hurried back to the seclusion of her little room, from which immediately issued sounds of enthusiastic, but obviously erratic, composition.
To him, she supposed, Mary Datchet, composing leaflets for Cabinet Ministers among her typewriters, represented all that was interesting and genuine; and, accordingly, she shut them both out from all share in the crowded street, with its pendant necklace of lamps, its lighted windows, and its throng of men and women, which exhilarated her to such an extent that she very nearly forgot her companion.
Clacton to enchanted people in a bewitched tower, with the spiders' webs looping across the corners of the room, and all the tools of the necromancer's craft at hand; for so aloof and unreal and apart from the normal world did they seem to her, in the house of innumerable typewriters, murmuring their incantations and concocting their drugs, and flinging their frail spiders' webs over the torrent of life which rushed down the streets outside.
The last typewriter model was handed over to Rachel Boon of the Science Museum by Brother's UK boss Phil Jones and factory director Craig McCubbin, the publication added.
The final typewriter was made by Edward Bryan, who had worked at the Wrexham factory since 1989.
The event took place at the Milwaukee Public Museum, which houses the typewriter in its extensive collection of industrial artifacts.
Like the grumpy copy machines of today, the typewriter would also suddenly run out of ink right in the middle of my storytelling and I would have to go and beg for a spool of ink ribbon from the storeroom manager and fit it in.
Remington Arms also made typewriters and then the Remington Typewriter Co.
In deed, al-Andari learned and since then he always repaired his own typewriter and those of his friends, and now he fixes between 75 and 80 typewriters during one school year at Damascus-based Special Education for Rehabilitation of the Blind Institute where he is employed.
The typewriter in question was a battered Corona that Pyle may have used to file his last reports from the Pacific.