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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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Sandy had to give up her job as a transcription typist because of pains in her neck and shoulder.
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Secretaries have realized for 25 years now that the days of just being a typist are over,'' Stroud said.
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Shortly after graduating from Fillmore High School, she began working in the department as a clerk and typist in 1989 before entering the academy.
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Previously, the Law Judges would dictate their decisions, which then required a typist to transcribe for printing and electronic storage.
Patterson will then interpret Koko's signed responses and relay them to a typist.
According to the statement the jobs in Naval Headquarters Islamabad (High formation) Assistant, Steno Typist, Data Entry Operator, UDC, LDC, Senior Proof Reader, Kelly Grafist, Treasurer, Store Man, Duplicate Machine Operator, Machine Main, Carpenter, while technical staff (lower formation ) landing man, Assistant Landing Man, Non-Technical Staff ( and Steno typist, Sub Inspector in Technical Staff (Lower formation)Steno typist, Data Operator, Assistant Examinees (Mechanical) UDC , LDC, Assistant Examinees (Emyonation ) drafts Man, Receptionist, Midwife, , Lab Attendant, Junior Time Keeper, Police Constable, Crane Driver, MT Driver and Locker will continue till 18 March.
The more strokes there are in the home row, the less movement the fingers must do, thus allowing a typist to type faster (without keys sticking), more accurately, and with less strain to the hand and fingers when typing on a manual keyboard.
And Margaret Walker, employed as a typist and secretary, recalled: "He (Churchill) used to wear a siren suit and we used to see this shortish, fattish, tubby man bouncing along in a siren suit.