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depth

Nautical the distance from the top of a ship's keel to the top of a particular deck

Depth

The extent, measurement or distance from top to bottom (downward) or from front to back (inward), or an element consisting of several layers.

depth

[depth]
(naval architecture)
The vertical distance amidships from the upper surface of the flat plate keel to the underside of the plating of a specified deck at ship's side.
(oceanography)
The vertical distance from a specified sea level to the sea floor.

depth

Depth refers to a numerical amount or to distance. See bit depth, color depth and depth of field.
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It claims that Prism is the first service to offer aggregated liquidity, with depth of market, across the complete spectrum of Rates products - Interest Rate Swaps, US Treasuries and US Treasury Futures.
But there was not the depth of market for moderate horses, which isn't surprising given the prize-money situation, even with the bonuses at this sale." Tattersalls chairman Edmond Mahony "As well as a top price which exceeded the 170,000gns sale-topper at last year's Guineas Breeze-Up, we were pleased that the clearance rate also significantly improved on last year.
Seattle-based Safeco gives Boston-based Liberty Mutual a greater depth of market shares, Gregg said.
Working with vendors like XOS Technologies and CSTV allows schools to take advantage of cutting-edge technologies and a depth of market expertise that higher education institutions on their own are unlikely to acquire, Buffolano says.
Depth of Market Risk--Depth of market risk is related to bid-ask spread risk and is related to securities that are relatively thinly capitalized.
Our acquisition of Tahoe Advisers brings a depth of market access and technology that benefit wealth managers, particularly in terms of risk management and investment opportunities."
That depends on the depth of market inefficiency, the level of synergistic activity between consumers and producers, and the extent of the oftentimes random effects of coal market drivers.