Working Order

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Working Order

 

the condition of a technical device in which it meets all requirements stipulated by technical documentation. A device is considered in working order when all parameters defining its operating ability, condition, and appearance are within assigned limits and, in addition, when there are no failures of reserve units and elements. A product can go from working order to being out of order as a result of failure or damage.

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The notion of a true market order may disappear and all orders will be limit orders.
The essay is a bitter condemnation of the market order without a hint of explanation of what exactly is so hideously wrong with it (especially as compared with the alternatives).
Stop order: An order that becomes a market order to buy (buy stop) or to sell (sell stop) when a stock trades at a specified price, known as the stop price.
Total quantity or scope: Market orders, consisting of 5 lots, over a period of 7 years.
Contract notice: Market orders work of rehabilitation of natural sites on the territory of the agglomeration of marne-la-vallee community - val maubuee.
Contract notice: Maintenance and repair of masonry works of art - market orders 2015-2019 - entire county road network.