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Rival

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While Rival Risk is fully integrated with Rival Trader, the platform supports "drop copies" from clearing firms so clients can manage risk across all of their front-end systems.
The Rival brand was introduced in 2013 with a single stage polyurethane enamel as a cost-effective finish for dealers, independent shops, fleets and municipalities.
KEEP YOUR PAWS OFF HER He teaches the rival a lesson
PTI candidate Azmat Khan Khattak from Mithakhel UC won the district councilor seat by securing 3847 votes and his close rival an independent candidate Abdul Kareem alias Kareem got 2379 votes.
Considering the recent changes in conference affiliation and its impact on rivalries, the current study investigated how realignment impacted fan perceptions of rival teams and willingness to consider committing anonymous acts of aggression toward rival participants in the former and new conference.
An accusation of financial misrepresentation in one firm may have negative implications for shareholders of rival firms.
Yet when the song sparrows in these early tests responded to recordings of their rivals next door, 85 percent of the time they sang a different song, but one that the neighbor also knew.
The manufacturers best able to promote their own vision will restructure the industry to serve their competitive interests and weaken their rivals in the process.
The son of Smooth Rumble and Chief Rival has loads in hand over rivals on his first round 38.
Avery took over in June as vice president of kitchen sales for Rival, and Clements joined Rival last month as vice president of strategic sales.
10) Gangs of youths entered rival districts or city centre music-halls seeking confrontations in which honour and reputation might be acquired or maintained by defeating, and thus shaming, rival gangs.
Sajn said: "Our experience with Rival has been great.