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Fade

Refers to over-the-counter trading. Fill another OTC dealer's bid for or offer of stock.

Fade

Informal; in over-the-counter trading, to fill an order.
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Fade was told by Virgin Radio that he if got more than 10,000 views of the track on YouTube the station would stick some dirhams towards getting a music video made.
Fade to Black Volume II will be available in sixpacks and kegs.
Usually seen as a nondescript sixth magnitude star in the middle of the constellation Coronae Borealis, R CrB entered one of its non-periodic deep fades in 2007 July, and we are still waiting for it to recover.
Fade Out was launched in 1982 and is sold in 75 countries world-wide and is relied upon by millions of consumers.
We like to use the A-Z vs man because we get the fade route from the middle receiver position.
In most other systems that astronomers have observed, X-ray jets shoot out and fade without gradually decelerating, Rupen says.
Now that longer fade times and reduced magnesium (Mg) usage are desired, the pressure pour furnace must yield to a new type of pouring furnace.
Trevor Hill, managing director of Audi Middle East, said: "Kris Fade embodies key attributes of the Audi brand such as sportiness, progressiveness and sophistication, which is evident in his successful radio career.
Memories fade, so we invented a chemical process by which we can affix images of our world to paper.
BALTIMORE, June 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- RLTV, the only cable network that provides viewers with information and entertainment to help Redefine Life after 50, received an Emmy Award from the National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for To Not Fade Away , its 60-minute documentary about early onset Alzheimer's disease.
So it's nothing less than a noirish nightmare when they fade to charcoal grey after just a few spins in the washing machine.
The most recent fade, which set in during July 2007, took the star down to an apparent 14th magnitude, where it has remained until at least the opening months of 2009--the longest deep fade since that of 1967-1971.