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Write

Sell an option. Applies to derivative products.

Write

To originate and sell an option contract. The writer of an option contract must sell (in a call) or buy (in a put) the underlying asset of the contract if the holder exercises the option.
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Alice Homing (1997) writes that students "tell us the story of their learning through their reflections on the experience of doing so" (p.
This "double-write penalty" can be very significant to an application that does a large amount of writes.
Karl-Heins Ziessow writes on an exchange of letters between a peasant and a learned relative in the early nineteenth century (151-174).
You sat down and just started to write your first memories--without trying to make any sense of them or to order them, but rather just to write whatever your first memories were.
Powell imagines the adapter as patiently asking the informant how one would write this or that Greek word, beginning with the names of persons and places.
writes Jane Egner, a member of an MS support group in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
So to practice brevity, here -- in 112 words -- is why you should attend the Summit: You will learn to write better.
While we may assume that truism relates to the television failing to eliminate the radio, the Internet failing to eliminate the book, or even chat failing to eliminate the telephone, Martin actually makes this statement in reference to people learning to read and write.
3) Fred Severo writes recollections of his experiences as a young man during the life writing class at the Goebel Senior Adult Center in Thousand Oaks.
Is he so angry with this legalistic trap that he writes to calm himself?
Far too much of the book falls, sadly, into guilt-ridden, white-voyeur traps: "I was ashamed," he writes after visiting a housing project, "of my anxiety, which seemed irredeemably middle-class, racist even.
And because they're mad they write Stygian impenetrable prose because if they're not having any fun, why should you?