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put at

v.
To determine or estimate some quantity to have some value: The forecasters put the price of corn next year at $8 per bushel.
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Fast fact:Won the shot put at last year's World Championships despite hyperextending his elbow during warmups.
1995: Wins the shot put at the World Championships in Goteborg, Sweden, and wins his fourth and fifth NCAA titles, including a collegiate record of 72-2-1/4 in the shot put.
As far as December, the peak call sits at the 25 strike with 13,039 contracts while back-month put sports two heavy put: the 22 put at 25,072 and the 25 put at 17,703 contracts.
So far, the equity has seen roughly 10,000 contracts change hands at its September 55 put at a bid price of 0.