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listing

[′list·iŋ]
(engineering)

listing

The sapwood cut from the edge of a board.

listing

Any printed output.
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REBNY began 2005 by announcing a new program that it said would enhance the way commercial brokerage firms and major property owners gather information about exclusive property listings.
Also includes the current numerical listing and the subject index.
41) See Lipton, "New Tax Shelter Disclosure And Listing Regulations Promise Headaches For Everyone," 98J.
As part of its long-term objectives, and to heighten both its profile and its multiples, the company timed its Big Board listing to coincide with an aggressive search for mergers and acquisitions opportunities in the U.
In the fourth quarter of last year, NewMarket completed its first transaction independently listing our operations in China.
For $25 a month, VLS will provide unlimited listing everywhere from Craigslist to Homeseekers.
The buyer's guide section provides a list of suppliers by product and an alphabetical listing of supplier company names.
FWS estimates about 1,000 of these will warrant immediate listing -- and therefore protection.
The independent public listing of emerging market technology subsidiaries is a key aspect of NewMarket's now more than four-year-old strategy to construct a next generation technology incubator.
The Commercial Listing Exchange (CLE) will, for the first time, enable firms to share exclusive listings electronically on a weekly basis.
Divided into eight sections, the book includes an introduction, an overview of the US motor and motordriven equipment market, a list of manufacturers, electric utility motor systems initiatives, government activity, a listing of trade associations, plus resources, tools, and standards.
21(st) Exclusive NYSE Arca Listing On New Platform for Emerging Issuers