Definitions for "STOPS"
Keywords:  halt, skater, worse, below, buy
Can be either a buy or a sell stop. A buy is placed above current prices and a sell is placed below current prices. These order types instruct the broker to execute at market once a specific price objective is reached and traded at.
Orders used to enter or exit positions. Buy stops are orders placed at a price above the current price of the market. (ie at a worse price than the current price) The order becomes a 'buy at the market' order if the market trades at or above the price of the stop order. Sell stops are orders that are placed with a price below the current price. (ie at a worse price than the current price) Sell-stop orders become 'Sell at the market' orders if the market trades at or below the price of the stop order. Entry Stops are used when trading break-out strategies. Exit Stops are used to liquidate trades to halt any further decline in profit value.
The material used to hold glass into place. Generally a wood species or joint compound.
Keywords:  curtain, guides, mounted, bar, fully
Catch-type obstructions mounted at the top of the guides to prevent the bottom bar from leaving the guides when the curtain is fully raised.
Bars mounted at top of guides to prevent bottom bar from traveling out of the guides when the curtain is fully raised.
Keywords:  hocks, abruptly, hind, dutch, upward
In the Dutch, the white part of the hind foot extending upward from toes and ending abruptly about one third of the way to the hocks.
Keywords:  payline, overruns, reel, blank, slot
Used on a straight line machine to limit the travel of the work against the tool. A time saving device to prevent overruns when working fast.
"Stops" collectively refer to the areas on a slot machine reel which contain the symbols and blank spaces. A "stop" refers to a particular area on a slot machine reel containing either a symbol or a blank space. Any combination of "stops" can line up on a "payline" or "pay line".
a gambling card game in which chips are placed on the ace and king and queen and jack of separate suits (taken from a separate deck); a player plays the lowest card of a suit in his hand and successively higher cards are played until the sequence stops; the player who plays a card matching one in the layout wins all the chips on that card
The total number of plays by a defensive player that prevent a successful play by the offense, defined as 45% of needed yards on first down, 60% of needed yards on second down, and 100% of needed yards on third or fourth down. In general, "plays" refers to tackles, passes defensed, fumbles forced, or interceptions. The exception is when discussing pass defense data from the FO game charting project, in which case "plays" refers to all charted passes with the given player as the listed defender.
Keywords:  inlaid, door, moulding, shut, window
Stops for windows, doors or inlaid glass pieces.
Moldings along the inner edges of a door or window frame; also, valves used to shut off water to a fixture
Generally a moulding used to “stop” a door or window in its frame.
Keywords:  pipe, clamp, encyclopedia, shut, iii
A stop is an individual voice in the organ, composed of one or more ranks of pipes. Its name includes a number, like 16',4', etc., which designates its pitch according to the length of its largest pipe (corresponding to low C on the keyboard). If it includes more than one rank of pipes it is a Mixture, with a Roman numeral in front of its name to indicate the number of ranks, as III or IV. The word stop is also applied to the control in the console which turns on the actual stop. The name comes from the original controls, which were introduced to shut off, or 'stop' some of the ranks so they did not all play at once, as they did in the earliest organs. See the Encyclopedia of Organ Stops for a information on specific stops.
Materials used to restrict the sliding of the insulated support assembly against the pipe and clamp surfaces.
Keywords:  bach, didn't, something, his, organ
Something Bach didn't have on his organ.
Keywords:  halves, voids, resin, die, recommended
Metal pieces inserted between die halves. Used to control the thickness of a press-molded part. Not a recommended practice, because the resin will receive less pressure, which can result in voids.