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Trade away

Trade Away

To execute a trade through another broker or dealer.
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The Oakland Raiders traded away the final player drafted by late owner Al Davis.
The Boston Celtics traded away Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce in the offseason, marking the end of an era of both stars with the team.
He served at a market, sold vegetables all day, As he leapt up and down he traded away, He sold all his vegetables on the hoof, It's a wonder they did not hit the roof.
Clegg may have traded away his political capital, but he can now guide legislation the way he wants it," the magazine judges said.
The Ducks moved veteran defenseman Chris Pronger to Philadelphia, while the Sharks (0-1-0) traded away for disgrunted Ottawa star Dany Heatley.
Legal experts believe this would require the hiring of thousands of staff to administer the test and ensure that conditions traded away were matched by adequate compensation.
No other player had more than 49 catches for the Patriots, who traded away Deion Branch after a contract dispute last year.
The result is a cyber black market where the future of the world's rarest animals is being traded away.
Some Bostonians even hoped that the immigrant millionaire would take the Red Sox off the hands of Harry Frazee, the owner who had traded away Babe Ruth earlier in 1920.
This is a real-life matter and real people's lives will be traded away," he said.