Step aside


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Step aside

Allow a block to trade at a price at which you do not care to participate in the trade.

Step Aside

To allow a block trade to occur because one does not wish to make a better bid or offer.
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However, in order to protect the integrity of the IPCC's investigation, and to avoid any damage being caused to the office of police and crime commissioner or to Norfolk Constabulary, I feel that to step aside from my duties is the right thing to do.
The United States believed that it's time for Assad to step aside and it's
I've heard talk that I could step aside for Pacquiao, but I don't see the necessity for that," said Malignaggi.
If both Tim and I need to step aside for certain matches so they can play to get the experience, then it's a positive step forward.
In addition, by this letter, Landmark is requesting that the Attorney General direct the FBI to withhold classified information from the Committee until you step aside.
Garcetti has been working the phones to ensure he has the votes that could force Padilla to step aside - possibly as early as this week, but by the end of the year at the latest.
His old buddy and general factotum Stewart Stevenson is very kindly going to step aside and give him the Banff and Buchan seat.
Miller said he decided to step aside to allow the company's future management structure to be set in place in order to facilitate the company's reorganization plan.
Biscieglia's decision stems from his belief that former executives should guide, advise and foster strong successions then, once the transition has been successfully made -- as in the case of South Jersey Industries -- step aside to allow the next generation to lead.
Changes raise hopes for Valley fansDICK Dull's decision to step aside as athletic director at California State University, Northridge, is one that bodes well for CSUN sports.
FINANCE Minister Charlie McCreevy must step aside to save Ireland's jobs and economy, Fine Gael claimed yesterday.
Allen, noting the changed role of AT&T, indicated that the company had concluded this was an appropriate time to step aside and allow the Department of Energy to undertake a new management arrangement for Sandia.