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  • He won his selection at the third round by a one vote margin.
  • The DR party did not win a seat by a very narrow margin.
  • There will of course be an added margin for soldiers in training.
  • Calls for margin are usually expected to be paid and received on the same day.
  • Therefore, only margin accounts can be used to open a short position.
  • A loss leader is a product that has a price set below the operating margin.
  • No earlier president had won by so large a margin.
  • Its leaves are usually long and wide with saw-like margins.
  • It now has a white majority, although the margin is less than in Liberty.
  • He has been re-elected ever since by wide margins.
  • Living on the margins of society, they go on a road trip together.
  • It is known for running stories written by or about those on the margins of society.
  • Courses typically take two to five minutes to complete and winning margins are often less than a second.
  • The retailers found that they could make good margins while giving good value.
  • That stated, the margin has been as little as three percent.
  • Margins are determined on the basis of market risk and contract value.
  • The bill passed, but by the narrow margin of only nine votes.
  • Thus their occupation defined their lives as a separate class of women, on the margins of society.
  • Safety margins at the time were also far below anything that would be acceptable today.
  • He prevailed with a slightly larger margin than two years before.
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Meaning of margin

  • noun The boundary line or the area immediately inside the boundary
  • noun An amount beyond the minimum necessary
    the margin of victory
  • noun The amount of collateral a customer deposits with a broker when borrowing from the broker to buy securities
  • noun The blank space that surrounds the text on a page
    he jotted a note in the margin