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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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Thus, a self, disembodied and disarmed, writes the condition of its invisibility; self and invisibility, like "man" and "invisible," are the terms opposed to one another in a paradox of declaration.
In dual active RAID configurations with cache mirroring, writes are written to the caches in both controllers before the write is acknowledged as complete.
And she writes every day, which is still difficult for me.
Also, writers should seek out opportunities to write speeches.
I guess I notice because I write myself, and the way something is set up and how successfully it's been pulled off say something about the writer's skill.
As we shall see, economics as well as politics and autobiographical impulses motivated Bontemps to write for juvenile readers.
None of the events in the plays are events in my life--none of the characters are modeled after me--because I feel that, if you write your autobiography, you don't have anything else to tell.
Sherry, a nontraditional wife and mother, writes "this class has not only helped me to learn how to properly write a research paper, but it has also helped me to proofread and pass some advice on to my son when he writes a paper.
One drawback is that the remote data is not necessarily useable because writes may occur out of order (many databases need to have the writes occur in order).
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.