Ticker - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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split (one's) ticket
To vote for candidates from more than one political party for different roles in public office. It has become increasingly uncommon for voters to split their ticket by voting for candidates from both parties.
1. n. a heart. His ticker finally gave out.
2. n. a watch. My ticker stopped. The battery must be dead.
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The company stated the ticker symbol for its common and preferred stock listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) will change from HCN to WELL.
No action is needed from current shareholders in relation to the ticker symbol change.
Live score of matches can be seen on led sports ticker
symbol is the unique identification that stock exchanges worldwide give each company.
To highlight the placement of commemorative strips, a new "Canyon of Heroes" brochure has been developed to provide a complete history of each ticker