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Market indication; willingness to go both ways (buy or sell) at the mentioned volume and market. Print; up on the ticker tape, confirming that the trade has been executed.

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In North Korea, a political subdivision equivalent to an urban municipality.
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Upstairs they waited for the boy, but as he still did not return, the man said to the woman: 'Just go down into the cellar and see where Elsie is!' The woman went down, and found all three in the midst of their lamentations, and inquired what was the cause; then Elsie told her also that her future child was to be killed by the pick-axe, when it grew big and had to draw beer, and the pick-axe fell down.
Stelling, from his upstairs study, was the first to enter.
That maid of my sister Rita was upstairs watching him drive away with her evil eyes, but I made a sign of the cross after the fiacre, and then I went upstairs and banged at your door, my dear kind young Monsieur, and shouted to Rita that she had no right to lock herself in any of my locataires' rooms.
'I will read it willingly,' said Henry, 'if you will go upstairs to bed.
They carried her upstairs among them and laid her upon the bed, where the Doctor watched beside her, while Charles went off to the police-station, and the Denvers mounted guard over the frightened maids.
The two women-servants ran upstairs to carry the intelligence that Mr.
Adam turned round at once and said, "Yes, mother; let us go upstairs. Come, Seth, let us go together."
Here there was a frantic noise upstairs once more; several people seemed to be rushing downstairs at once.
(after apparently answering some questions which I did not hear) said, unmistakably, "Upstairs, if you please, sir." The next moment I heard footsteps--a man's footsteps--approaching the drawing-room floor.
Hawkins, just you run upstairs to your husband and tell him, if possible, nothing about it.
And to divert her from thinking too highly of him he told her to go upstairs, and take her time, and see if it all fitted; and, if not, to get the village sempstress to make a few alterations.
pardon me, Planchet, I did not know that you had upstairs - "