open position


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open position

n
(Stock Exchange) commerce a situation in which a dealer in commodities, securities, or currencies has either unsold stock or uncovered sales
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The CPOs and the CIOs will caucus to nominate two qualified persons for each open position representing their state.
The new right angle strain relief cord grips are molded in the open position for ease of installation.
The shut-off valve is shown in the closed position but the callout says the valve is in the open position.
The regulator said that the limit on the gross open position of a client across all contracts is now six percent of the total open interest, or USD10m, whichever is higher.
Please consider running for an open position today.
Maybe you have an open position that you want qualified ACTE members to apply for.
The heating platen on the movable traverse is at operator height, and its open position is constant, whatever the mold thickness.
Most left-hand figures are in open position sometimes ranging over a tenth.
Its contoured seat and interior have been expanded to accommodate larger residents, and the wide door swings to a full open position for easy transter or assisted transfer when needed.
On the front side, a sliding lens cover sporting the Cybershot brand name subtly etched into it, protects the lens, flash and range finder when in the closed position and even enhances the smart, minimalist design in the open position.
In open position you have pressure gauge indication and process control.
The Surgeon General features a 3 1/2-inch blade that lucks in the open position while a second luck holds the insert rigidly in place.