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Out

Used in the context of general equities. (1) No longer obligated to an order, as it has already been canceled: (2) advertised on Autex.

Out

Describing a canceled order.
References in classic literature ?
Then, as the latter began to moan feebly, the policeman got him to his feet and dragged him out of the place.
And now," said the suppressed voice with another oath, "call out again, and I'll make short work of you
These two were so indefatigable in taking Don Quixote out to dance that they tired him down, not only in body but in spirit.
Meanwhile the bull-dog, the black-and-tan terrier, Alick's sheep-dog, and the gander hissing at a safe distance from the pony's heels carried out the idea of Mrs.
Does she dine out every where, as well as at my sister's?
3000 to the Limit--that is to say, up to the point when the blades make the air "bell"--cut out a vacuum for themselves precisely as over-driven marine propellers used to do.
And as I looked I suddenly became aware that a face was watching me out of one of the upper windows.
This wasn't one of them languishing sort wot sits about in cosy corners and reads story-books, and don't care what's happening in the home so long as they find out what became of the hero in his duel with the Grand Duke.
Quoth Robin Hood, "Yon is verily a sorry-looking gallant, and doth seem to have donned ill-content with his jerkin this morning; nevertheless, I will out and talk with him, for there may be some pickings here for a hungry daw.
Garth patted Letty's head and smiled, but seeing that her husband was gathering up his letters and likely soon to be out of reach in that sanctuary "business," she pressed his shoulder and said emphatically--
From out of the corner of his eye, Charley noted the way he went.
She held out her hand, with a sweet, sad smile, and bid us good night.