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Layup

Used in the context of general equities. Easily executed trade or order. See: Lead pipe.

Layup

Informal; an order to a broker that can be executed easily. Layups are made on highly liquid securities at a reasonable price. A layup is also called a lead pipe.
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Under the DLA program, API is being modified to work in real time, in parallel with layup being produced by the AFP machine in real time.
What could've been a routine layup for Wong became even more difficult as the rookie leaned slightly to his right in an attempt to get a foul on Pogoy, but the referees held their breaths and no whistles were blown and no Atenean cheered.
Depending on the disposition of the offense, 4 can either cut down the lane for a layup or stop at the mid-post for a short jumper.
CHRIS PIETSCH / The Register-Guard Oregon's Shaquala Williams goes up on a layup for two of her 18 points.
Moments later, Aulenback canned a layup and buried two free throws to up the Colonials' lead to 40-27.
Thomas and Cook made layups, Hector Harold hit a baseline jumper and added a free throw to cut the lead down to three points with 2:43 left.
After 3 shoots the layup, all three players can step off the court and wait for the other groups or they may run back on the outside of the court and fall in at the end of their respective lines.
The Scorpions (23-2) led 27-19 at halftime, but Rosamond (22-7) cut the deficit to three points after Dominique Lewis' layup with 4:19 left in the third quarter.
Before entering into the secondary break, various opportunities may arise for wide open shots or layups.
I saw it, when he went up for the layup, and when he came down, I saw his knee pop out.
He finishes by grabbing his own layup, sending it to the coach, and going to the end of the waiting line.