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BLOB

Binary Large Object. A large cluster of data (e.g., a bitmap), which is characterised by large field values, unpredictable table size and formless data.
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Those practical difficulties explain a good deal (though not all) of the opposition to the CLOB concept that began when the idea was first advanced, and that continues to this day.
Tradeweb currently operates two SEFs: the disclosed and request-based TW SEF, and DW SEF, an anonymous CLOB.
Singapore dealers said the ruling spread confusion in the market as it appears to be targeted at Clob International, which is Singapore's over-the-counter market for mainly Malaysian equities.
However, the CLOB structure faced substantial opposition and was never implemented.
Now in an updated second edition, Being Direct: Making Advertising Pay presents the wisdom and practical experience of advertising legend and direct marketing pioneer Lester Wunderman, perhaps best known for his guidance behind the ubiquity of the American Express card, the creation of the Columbia Record Clob, and the well-known L.