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1. a person who plays a musical instrument
2. an actor
4. the playing mechanism in a Pianola

Player

Gary . born 1935, South African professional golfer: won the British Open Championship (1959; 1968; 1974) and the US Open Championship (1965)
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" Another market player tells that "Turkish producers keep changing their prices in accordance with the demand but lowering the price does not do much to increase demand,and that's why stability in prices is healthier." Next month the demand is expected to be weaker than July.
Positive domestic sentiment over the stock market might come from the distribution of dividends by corporations, though market players may also need to watch out for a possible outflow of capital, according to analysts.
Key market players in this market includes, Medtronics, Dexcom, Animas Corporation, Ypsomed AG, Omnipod and Miraculins, Inc inlcuding others.
It offers regulators and market players a tool to monitor market abuse, erroneous trades and systemic risk in real-time, no matter the volume of financial messages.
In Tokyo trading, the dollar firmed against the yen supported by Japanese importers' buying, while many market players retreated to the sidelines amid the U.S.
Market players worry that unless the Congress acts, the scheduled rise in tax rates and spending cuts will plunge the economy into recession early next year.
Many market players feel that a weak reading there could fan speculation that the Federal Reserve may signal the need to take additional easing measures after its policy meeting next week after the Swiss, Japanese and the European central banks took easing steps this week.
Middle East market players are now trying to understand what the position of rebar suppliers will be in November.
It includes information on major market players, events and the use of derivatives to maximize investment potential.
dollar as market players held onto the dollar for fear of the peso's further decline.