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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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Its frustratingly ambiguous characters, entertaining plot and blackly humorous tone make The Other Typist a perfect pageturner for a dreary January night.
He made ends meet working as a typist at Library Journal, but when a job as an assistant to the news editor opened at the sister publication, Publishers Weekly, Reid "figured I could write news stories, and still be an artist.
Some keyboards were specifically designed for people injured by traditional keyboard formats or for those with a physical disability that affects their typing ability, such as a one-handed typist. Other keyboards are designed for the general user.
Shorthand typist, Lois Goodhall was all set to play Lady Godiva in flesh coloured tights and a long flaxen haired wig before police put a stop to the ride.
Mrs Butters was a shorthand typist and book-keeper.
Part-time iconoclast and two-fingered typist Dale Andrew White is a natural born storyteller with an especial flair for blending fantasy, whimsy, satire, and a fevered imagination into original stories that are replete with ribald humor and reader-engaging novelty.
53) She was described by terms such as "decadent, hedonistic, and superficial" in a 1928 short story by Kataoka Teppei in which a young typist dates three "modern boys" at the same time.
The little typist bought luxury homes, designer clothes, a speedboat and - of this I'm seriously jealous - an Aston Martin.
More to the point, who could bear to witness this naive, amoral functionary who served Hitler as stenographer, typist, file clerk?
An audience member picks a book title from a card catalog or writes an original idea on a card and hands it to the first typist. Then, assembly-line style, each woman cranks out a verse and passes it on to the next typist.
During his 92 years he worked as a typist for the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture and used his home as a meeting place for channelling spirits - a service for which he never charged.
At first, he worked as a typist for a gem company, where he learned the business of precious stones.