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Away

A trade, quote, or market that does not originate with the dealer in question, e.g., "the bid is 98-10 away from me."

away

Used to refer to a market, quotation, or trade not originating with a particular dealer. For example, a dealer quoting a stock at 15 away would be quoting a price that comes from a different market maker.
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If you had, you would have carried away both the bird and the horse; yet will I once more give you counsel.
Tom flung off his jacket and trousers, turned a suspender into a belt, raked away some brush behind the rotten log, dis- closing a rude bow and arrow, a lath sword and a tin trumpet, and in a moment had seized these things and bounded away, barelegged, with fluttering shirt.
I was made suddenly aware of Lop-Ear's remoteness out there on that alien element a few feet away.
She kept tight hold of the stout slats and as soon as she could get the water out of her eyes she saw that the wind had ripped the cover from the coop, and the poor chickens were fluttering away in every direction, being blown by the wind until they looked like feather dusters without handles.
But when, throwing one arm round her waist, he sought to kiss her lips, not like a lover indeed, not because he wanted to do so, but as a desperate man who puts his fortunes to the touch, she drew away from him, with a knot in her forehead, backed and shied about fiercely with her head, and pushed him from her with her hand.
Then the youths rose from the table, went back to the great stone fountain, turned themselves into eagles again, and flew away.
There is food in the huts," said an Ox-boar-man, drowsily, and looking away from me.
There was a slough or a creek leading out of it on the other side that went miles away, I don't know where, but it didn't go to the river.
Trent smoked, and Monty, who had apparently forgotten all about his visitor, plodded away amongst the potato furrows, with every now and then a long, searching look towards the town.
I demanded; for, having sped his shaft, he was turning away.
We three will be ready in a minute," cried Amy, running away to wash her hands.
He could draw well enough and he had many odd deli- cate thoughts hidden away in his brain that might have expressed themselves through the brush of a painter, but he was always a child and that was a handicap to his worldly development.