Working away

Working away

Transacting with another broker/dealer.

Working Away

The act of conducting a transaction between broker-dealers.
References in classic literature ?
He is already a Milton; but I don't believe he will ever be anything but a poet in name," said Polly, working away while she talked.
Meanwhile, the miner underneath was heard working away incessantly, when suddenly an unexpected noise resounded in the passage.
It was a lovely morning: the bright, cheerful houses with their little gardens, the sight of the red-faced, red-armed, beer-drinking German waitresses, working away merrily, did the heart good.
At one end a ruminating tar was still further adorning it with his jack-knife, stooping over and diligently working away at the space between his legs.
The second day he took refuge from benumbing unbelief, by getting into his loom and working away as usual; and before many hours were past, the minister and one of the deacons came to him with the message from Sarah, that she held her engagement to him at an end.
His tormentor bent over him, working away for all the world like a stone-cutter with mallet and chisel.
cried William, coming for a moment to visit her, and working away his partner's fan as if for life, "how soon she is knocked up
On entering the parlour we found that honoured lady seated in her arm-chair at the fireside, working away at her knitting, according to her usual custom, when she had nothing else to do.
A part of the machinery is always above this deck; where the connecting-rod, in a strong and lofty frame, is seen working away like an iron top- sawyer.
I think the most ridiculous sight in the world is a man on a bicycle, working away with his feet as hard as he possibly can, and believing that his horse is carrying him instead of, as anyone can see, he carrying the horse.
However, while I thus sat, working away with my pencil, Mrs.
Meantime, however, the ham-wrappers were working away, with some one else in charge of them.