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Stray

(1) Not a member of the participating party in the trade at hand; (2) not a meaningful indication of a customer's desire to take a sizable position or be involved in a stock.

Stray

A random data point or event that has no significant meaning.
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Popular businessman and social activist Kochousep Chittilappilly launched a 24-hour fast at the Marine Drive in Kochi on Sunday, demanding action to curb the stray dog menace.
4 million in budget allocations every year but the municipal administration fails to launch a drive to get the city rid of stray and rabid dogs.
People who do not want to keep a stray in their own home can take it to the council's reception point at North Clwyd Animal Rescue in Trelogan near Holywell.
Small packs of stray dogs roam in streets, parks and markets from morning to night causing serious problems to pedestrians.
Administrative territory of the city of Tallinn catching a stray pet and retention.
When we reached the barn which is close to my farm, we found seven stray dogs biting into the dead animals.
Sources said Jung noticed several stray dogs loitering in and around the premises Lok Nayak Hospital and G.
This refers to a letter by Um Fahad (GDN, April 23) regarding feeding stray dogs and its consequences.
Igor Ayrapetyan, a Russian activist, disagrees with the government on its decision to exterminate stray dogs in Sochi on the occasion of the Olympics.
Under a Freedom of Information request, figures released show that Middlesbrough and Redcar and Cleveland have seen a drop in the numbers of stray dogs found in the last year but Stockton has seen a slight increase in the number of strays.
DOHA THE Ministry of Environment (MoE) is working with various complexes to control stray animals, Dr Youssery Radwan, expert and consultant at the Animal Resources Department (ARD), told Qatar Tribune.
NEW YORK, June 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- On Saturday, June 8, Stray Boots, a New York tech startup that creates "gamified" city tours kicked off a campaign to get children in New York outside, exercising, and learning by giving away its paid tours for free to all NYC students and their families.