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Partial

Used in the context of general equities. Trade whose size is only part of the total customer indication/order, usually made to avoid a compromise in price and also to get some business instead of losing the customers inquiry/order to a competitor.

Partial

Informal; a trade in which a broker only executes part of a client's order. The broker makes a partial execution based on the counter-orders currently available. Some client orders, such as all-or-none orders, preclude partial execution.
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Romaguera: Characterizations of partial metric completeness in terms of weakly contractive mappings having fixed point, Appl.
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2] and all of its partial derivatives of the first order at those points.
after extended partial laryngectomy in which unilateral cordectomy and arytenoidectomy are performed
In some cases, administrators can overcome the shortcomings of partial synchronization processes by manually grouping related files.
411(d)-2(b)(1) provides that whether or not a partial termination of a defined-contribution or defined-benefit plan has occurred depends on the facts and circumstances.
By focusing on the idea of promoting communication between partial publics, the organizers and artists of "Aussendienst" have entered into an experiment whose outcome is unknown.
In this case, the moon covers only a small part of the sun and this is a partial eclipse,'' he said.
If you sue the tenant for the unpaid amount, a court could decide you gave up your right to collect the full rent by accepting the partial payment, says Neumark.
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