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tout

1. 
a. a person who spies on racehorses so as to obtain betting information to sell
b. a person who sells information obtained by such spying
2. a person who sells tickets unofficially for a heavily booked sporting event, concert, etc., at greatly inflated prices
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Section 17(b) of the Securities Act of 1933 requires that paid touters disclose the nature, source, and amount of their compensation.
JRM Intl carries the Maka line of 3, 4 and 5-axis CNC touters for furniture, cabinetry, and door and window production.
For instance, 1) the frequency of reads and writes are obtained locally through the site which hosts the subgame, 2) the information about network architecture is globally available since domains can easily pull such information from the touters using the border gate protocol (BGP) [32], and 3) the locations of the primary sites are also available locally since the agents represent the objects, (i.
Approximately 1,600 Tropos Networks wireless touters are being installed in a grid across the populous areas of the city's corporate limits to provide coverage, with a minimum throughput of 512 Kbps to 1 Mbps on average, which meets the qualifying standard for high-speed wireless.
How new are their drill machines, touters, scoring machines, etching tanks and test systems?
Integrating PC and CNC Machines, it is primarily designed and developed for CNC milling machines and lathes including machining mad turning centers, but can be easily applied to CNC grinders, laser cutters, punch presses, water jet cutters, wood touters, and robotics.
For example, one piece of malfunctioning printer software appeared to network administrators to he attacking touters, when it was just looking for a printer.
31) In October of 1998, an SEC-conducted Internet fraud sweep that focused on illegal touting revealed that nearly $7 million in cash and over two million shares were garnered by just forty-four illegal touters.
New, high-profile Touters taking advantage of Tout's real-time broadcast capability have included entertainment personalities and major media outlets such as CBS's Survivor host Jeff Probst, ABC's Good Morning America, and ESPN's Fantasy Football Now.