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Correct spelling for PROJUCING
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Possible correct spellings for projucing
- Pricing(Definition of pricing)
- Prejudicing(Definition of Prejudicing)
- Pricking(Definition of pricking)
- Prancing(Definition of Prancing)
- Prizing(Definition of Prizing)
- Rejoicing(Definition of rejoicing)
- Promising(Definition of promising)
- Prefacing(Definition of Prefacing)
By solving the black–scholes differential equation, with for boundary condition the heaviside function, we end up with the pricing of options that pay one unit above some predefined strike price and nothing below.
The opinions which naturally spring from the character and situation of the hero are by no means to be conceived as existing always in my own conviction; nor is any inference justly to be drawn from the following pages as prejudicing any philosophical doctrine of whatever kind.
But here i was now with my claret before me, perusing, perhaps, the best of all the london journals; it was not the -- , and i was astonished: an entirely new field of literature appeared to be opened to my view.
"this should not be managed by speculators," unconsciously pricking the governor's quick, "nor by the priest's cold hand.
Horse-armour of amazing weight-"i always pictured those old knights prancing out on a thirteen-stone hack, but you'd want a suffolk punch to carry that ironmongery!"
That our opinion gives the value to things is very manifest in the great number of those which we do, not so much prizing them, as ourselves, and never considering either their virtues or their use, but only how dear they cost us, as though that were a part of their substance; and we only repute for value in them, not what they bring to us, but what we add to them.
 in the mercure de france, 1785, prefacing a review of crevecoeur's letters from an american farmer, and reproduced at the beginning of the french edition of the letters, 1787.