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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.
See also: split, ticket

ticker

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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Latest Gossips of film industry can also be seen on these tickers.
LED tickers are one of the most popular means of advertisement in modern era.
Newstex collects full-text digital news and commentary feeds, standardizes the content format, adds stock ticker symbols, PeopleTickers and topical categories, and instantly delivers the result via easy-to-integrate XML or RSS newsfeeds.
Notable people appearing in real-time news stories are automatically tagged by the PeopleTicker engine, in a process similar to assigning stock ticker symbols to companies.
Investors now have the ability to store a database of tickers with real-time data on their hard drives.
Users can track dozens of tickers in multiple quote screens with buy/sell rules color-coded for every ticker.
TTI's News Tickers are programmed using applets based on Java technology from Sun Microsystems, Inc.
The News Ticker is embedded in client sites as an applet that updates and displays news throughout the day.
Including tickers that are neither newsworthy nor relevant diminishes the content that serious distributors and users demand.
The revamped site offers a fully customizable Portfolio Tracker and a personalized ticker that can be kept running even when users are not on CNBC.