Go around


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Go around

Describes the N.Y. Federal Reserve Bank's trading desk practice of communicating with primary dealers to establish a market of bids and offers on behalf of the Federal Open Market Committee.
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He backed away, stiff-legged with self-consciousness, and tried to go around her.
Most noble and supreme ruler of Dunkiton," he said, trying not to laugh in the solemn King's face, "we are strangers traveling through your dominions and have entered your magnificent city because the road led through it, and there was no way to go around.
With it I intend to go around the world, to earn my crust of bread and cup of wine.
When I see the dogs sleep placidly on, while men, sheep, geese, and all moving things turn out and go around them, I know I am not in the great street where the hotel is, and must go further.
Case in point: when I was a kid, I never thought twice about hopping two chain-link fences to get to my friend's house rather than walk the extra blocks to go around.
Like others in the city, they were planted in the middle of pavements - - prompting complaints from residents who had to go around them.
I would like to say that the person who looks after our area is very good, but he can't go around picking up glass and dogs' mess.
Watch] me go around like the [windmill]," said [Mark].
There is plenty of shame (and outrage) to go around, Matthew.
Hey, if you're gonna go vegecore you gotta have somewhere to start, and you can't go around destroying make-up factories on an veganarchistcb@email.
Sgt Osborne immediately called out for the pilot to go around and check gear.