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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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If the bird wished to descend, the wing were for a moment collapsed; and when again expande with an altered inclination, the momentum gained by th rapid descent seemed to urge the bird upwards with th even and steady movement of a paper kite.
I should rather say that those who elevate astronomy into philosophy appear to me to make us look downwards and not upwards.
And you are very likely right, and I may be a simpleton: but, in my opinion, that knowledge only which is of being and of the unseen can make the soul look upwards, and whether a man gapes at the heavens or blinks on the ground, seeking to learn some particular of sense, I would deny that he can learn, for nothing of that sort is matter of science; his soul is looking downwards, not upwards, whether his way to knowledge is by water or by land, whether he floats, or only lies on his back.
To man clingeth my will; with chains do I bind myself to man, because I am pulled upwards to the Superman: for thither doth mine other will tend.
While they were saying this, Laska, with ears pricked up, was looking upwards at the sky, and reproachfully at them.
Immediately he crouched and began to explore Jukes' person upwards with prudent, apologetic touches, as became an inferior.
And seeing, by the bye, that Brittles had been a slow boy for upwards of thirty years, there appeared no great probability of his ever being a fast one.
They had reached the very wildest and most desolate portion of the pass when the girl gave a startled cry, and pointed upwards.
The number of respondents who reported working upwards of 50 hours per week also fell significantly, dropping to 35.
The European Commission revised its 2016 economic growth projection for Cyprus upwards to 1.
Potential star of the section is a portrait of a girl by Alexis Harlamoff (1842-1915), which is valued upwards of PS25,000.
Attractions on route: Ashtead Tunnel, James Watt Engine on Dartmouth Circus, Smethwick Engine in Thinktank, art galleries, Farmers Bridge Locks and the BT Tower Suitable for ages eight years and upwards.