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reg 1

n. Informal
A regulation.

reg 2

An extensive, hard desert surface consisting of wind-polished gravel lying on alluvial soil and cemented together by mineralized solutions.

[Maghrebi dialectal Arabic, from Arabic riqq, ruqq, from raqqa, to be thin, fine; see rqq in Semitic roots.]


[< Latin rēgīna]


1. regent.
2. region.
3. register.
4. registered.
5. registrar.
6. registry.
7. regular.
8. regularly.
9. regulation.
10. regulator.
References in classic literature ?
Some books still subsisted, after Dobbin's departure, with his name written in them; a German dictionary, for instance, with "William Dobbin, --th Reg.
Reg ordered rum as Ilya, Rod, Lana, Dan, Aldo Ray, Lisa murdered Roger
More than 90 percent said Reg FD either increased fairness (46 percent) or provided about the same level of fairness as before (45 percent); 7 percent said it decreased fairness.
Designed to create a level playing field for both large and small investors, Reg FD is now requiring companies to provide all investors with direct guidance about expected future results, in addition to publicly disclosing material information.
OES, through ISERoute, also provides the ISE Stock Exchange with services that include smart routing technology, Reg.
He added that the new proposal, coming only three weeks after an earlier proposal from a group led by Apollo Advisors, demonstrates that major investors clearly recognize the intrinsic value of the REG business.
gt; Reg NMS Web Seminar -- On Thursday, February 15th, StreamBase is hosting a Web-based event, Beyond Compliance: Driving Competitive Advantage with Reg NMS.
The stock was acquired by exercising rights granted under previously reported agreements with certain REG management shareholders and by purchases from certain other shareholders.
Headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, REG is a retail shopping center REIT with interests in 399 retail shopping centers.
Under the agreement reached today with an unofficial committee of REG bondholders representing the majority of each of REG's classes of publicly held outstanding bonds, Foodmaker would contribute its entire 236-restaurant CHI-CHI'S chain in exchange for a 33 percent equity position in the new entity and approximately $270 million in cash to be raised through issuance of notes by the new entity.
Illustrates the compound annual growth rates for MiFID and Reg NMS from 2005 until 2009.
But we also believe that the SEC is very serious about Reg NMS and its current schedules, and that the implementation of Reg.