[(1) In this Part, save where the context otherwise requires—
. . .
“listed securities” means anything which has been admitted to the official list;
“listing” has the meaning given in section 74(5);
“listing particulars” has the meaning given in section 79(2);
“listing rules” has the meaning given in section 73A;
“market operator” means a person who manages or operates the business of a regulated market;
“offer of transferable securities to the public” has the meaning given in section 102B;
“the official list” means the list maintained by the [FCA] as that list has effect for the time being;
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