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  • One is called Turquoise, formed in 2008 by nine big investment banks and since acquired by London Stock Exchange Group.

    Pan-Europe vs. the Nationals

  • Turquoise is also known as teal or peacock though they can be a little more blue.

    A Fascination of Colors « Colleen Anderson

  • Yung Humma ft Flynt Flo$$y Lemme Slang It Humma is the breakout star of up-and-coming label Turquoise Jeep, and this deep-pile bedroom rap makes it obvious why.

    F&M playlist

  • The Bouncy Hamburgers That Live in Turquoise AUTOMATIC Doors said ...

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  • For your cruise segment, there are tons of options for a gulet (wooden boat) trip along the Aegean or Mediterranean coasts -- I'd choose the latter (how can you resist something called the Turquoise Coast?).

    Insta Q&A: Turquoise Coast Is a Turkish Delight

  • The Bats move came just a day after rival exchange Turquoise, which is owned by many of the same investment banks, said it is putting itself up for sale.

    Bats Europe's Pricing Tactic Aims to Draw Orders from LSE

  • Turquoise, which is owned by nine of the largest traders of European stocks, traded €23 million worth of shares in the same period.

    Technical Trouble Delays Trade on NYSE Euronext

  • The exchange had acquired a smaller pan-European model market called Turquoise but has not adopted its technology, Ratterman said.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • The word is derived from Turquoise, which is Stewart Brand's term for a new breed of environmentalist combining traditional green with a shade of blue, as in blue-sky open-minded thinking.

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  • Blue-fronted Amazon also called the Turquoise-fronted Amazon and

    WN.com - Business News

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