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Working

Attempting to complete the remaining part of a trade, by finding either buyers or sellers for the rest.

Working

1. In investing, a term describing the process of a broker attempting to find a counterparty for a trade.

2. See: Working capital.

3. See: Work.
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These results indicate a very high grade and continuous tenor for the mineralizing system represented in these workings.
Kitano-o figures prominently in the company's 2019 exploration plans, largely due to the historic mines and workings in the area.
"I am not trying to scare people but there is a chance that if mine workings are not dealt with correctly then we could end up with sink-holes on that site," he said.
After the final payment is made in September, Kord said their goal is to dewater the underground workings and start underground exploration.
Every section of the book travels further into the body, examining the circulatory system, digestive system and the other workings of the human body.
The delegation was also briefed about the workings of National Assembly, formation and workings of Standing Committees and other responsibilities of the Parliament.
When coal mines are operational water is pumped from the workings to keep them dry.
When coal mines are operational, water is pumped from the workings to keep them dry.
Anthropologist Hinojosa describes how the Maya in Comalapa, Guatemala connect the workings and condition of the spirit to the workings and condition of the body.
After that, the mine operated in a special regime only to maintain the key processes: ventilation of mine workings and water pumping to prevent flooding of the mine workings and mining equipment.
Gregg Taylor QC, prosecuting, said the fatal "inrush" happened when mine manager Malcolm Fyfield and his men blasted through a 2m-thick seam of coal on the morning of September 15, 2011, in an attempt to break through to old workings so a better ventilation system could be opened up in the 100-year-old drift mine near Pontardawe in the Swansea Valley.
STUDENTS at a Middlesbrough academy have been given an insight into the workings of politics after a visit from a House of Lords peer.