Definitions for "quotation"
The act of repeating erroneously the words of another. The words erroneously repeated. Intent on making his quotation truer, He sought the page infallible of Brewer, Then made a solemn vow that we would be Condemned eternally. Ah, me, ah, me! Stumpo Gaker
The act of quoting or citing.
That which is quoted or cited; a part of a book or writing named, repeated, or adduced as evidence or illustration.
Keywords:  bid, lowest, ask, commodity, highest
The highest bid or lowest ask price available on a security at any given time. also called quote.
The naming or publishing of the current price of stocks, bonds, or any commodity; also, the price named.
Highest bid and lowest offer ( asked) price currently available on a security or a commodity.
an easy and effective device to use--if it is used sparingly
a passage or remark you have quoted directly from someone else's work
a verbatim translation from its original source and should, therefore, be used sparingly
An illustration provided by an insurance company to show the costs of insurance cover, before you buy it. Sometimes known as the rate.
A document detailing all the costs involved in taking out a mortgage.
Also known as an illustration (Key Features Illustration). This document outlines the details of how much a loan or mortgage will cost you, including the monthly repayments, the total amount that will be repaid over the term of the loan and any charges or fees that apply.
a fragment of a human expression that has been inserted into another human expression
a fragment of a www
a fragment of human expression, filled with wisdom, emotion, tenderness and thought
a good way to start the opening paragraph of a literary analysis
an effective literary technique because it adds weight to an argument and provides reference to a similar opinion
Keywords:  asl, browser
ASL Browser
Keywords:  breadth, pica, ems, blank, chapters
A piece of hollow type metal, lower than type, and measuring two or more pica ems in length and breadth, used in the blank spaces at the beginning and end of chapters, etc.
container Container Container for constraints on quotation size, minimum delta in quote, and precision of quote.
A quotation is written information provided by a trader following a consumer request all or any of the terms of the credit or hire which must comply with the quotation regulations made under the Consumer Credit Act 1974 specifying minimum consents.
a message sent by a seller to a buyer
Quotes - the original message or part thereof to which one is replying is quoted automatically, when using the "quote" function of the forum. Quotes should contain only those parts relevant to the reply as well as some identifying line to know who originally posted the message; one should not quote complete messages
Direct quotes from credible people or organizations to help support your training concept.
A notification of the premium for coverage before the policy has been issued.
Especially in life assurance, a statement by an assurer of the premium he will require for a particular assurance.
a special form of literal expression that represents the concrete syntax of an OL phrase
Admission of a security for public trading on a stock exchange. Every stock exchange has its own quotation regulations.
In the context of mortgages, a lender's estimate of the monthly payments you would have to make under a particular loan arrangement.
Keywords:  rely, lacks, books, practice, plays
the practice of quoting from books or plays etc.; "since he lacks originality he must rely on quotation"
" means our non-binding indication in writing of the terms on which we might, subject to contract, be prepared to supply the Goods; "
A quotation (or quote) is an indication of the market value of a currency. This is not considered a commitment.
Keywords:  proposal, carry, specified, fee, work
a proposal by us to carry out specified work for a stated fee
a binding, written agreement based on your specifications
Keywords:  below, see
See Below.
Keywords:  share
Quota; share.