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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.

writing

The sale of an option in an opening transaction. The option writer incurs a potential obligation to buy (if a put is written) or to sell (if a call is written) an asset at a particular price.
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Woodford's study is an invaluable guide to German convent writing. Thanks to her efforts, scholars can now compare the works of these Catholic writers with similar histories in Protestant religious communities and with the religious writing of other early modern women.
If we keep talking to one another, writing to each other, and listening to one another, we can stop these wars one person to one person and then maybe one community to the next community.
Well, not quite: When it came to writing it all down on paper, Jim frequently was a failure.
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Greek writing had to do with aesthetic judgment and thus, however primitively, with a concept of criticism, features that distinguish it sharply from previous graphic systems.
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Dance writing has improved since then, gaining recognition as dance itself has grown and gained in popularity, but there are still problems with an eternal shortage of print space, low pay, and the problem of finding knowledgeable and supportive editors who can guide and encourage the writers.
LaRocque's writing clinic was one of many opportunities at the APS for the 425 attending ag writers, editors, photographers, publishers and students to polish professional skills.
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