[ UK /lˈɪstɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈɫɪstɪŋ/ ]
  1. the act of making a list of items
  2. a database containing an ordered array of items (names or topics)
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How To Use listing In A Sentence

  • Acronyms or abbreviations can confuse a client who is looking for the business in a resource listing.
  • Companies quoted on the London Stock Exchange are required under stock market listing rules to provide timely information on news that might affect their share price.
  • After listing products on the generic page, it set up its own virtual store within the site. Times, Sunday Times
  • Although the price of the home doesn't reflect a fixer-upper, the original listing also says it is "waiting to be polished. Clarence J. Smale Los Feliz Home: Original Hollywood Glamour
  • It is free of charge for buyer and or landlord listing during trial period.
  • PLC is planning a listing in an Asian manufact uring titan, one which has rapidly become the economic nucleus of the world. StanChart's Shanghai IPO: Japan Or India Redux?
  • If the listing is accompanied by a share issue, it will be the subscription period and other formalities which dictate the timetable.
  • If you think of Listing 1 as an XML-based rendering of a given data set, you can render it in other ways.
  • Has the president ever discussed with his children the idea of enlisting and making the "sacrifice" that he asks others to make? Easter Lemming Liberal News
  • Terms: Maturity: Nov. 5, 2020; coupon: 3.5%; reoffer: 99.189; date: Nov. 5, 2010; spread: 75 basis points more than midswaps; debt ratings: Aaa (Moody's), triple-A (S & P) and AAA (Fitch); denominations: € 1,000; listing: Luxembourg; interest: annual. New Securities Issues
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