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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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Sporting offer weekly spreads on home teams' collective supremacy over away sides in each of the four English divisions and they have had to shift their position on fourth-tier games.
75 per cent) of the 160 away wins and there is a belief that the quality of these sides is making them adopt a more positive stance on the road.
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The department should be acting with the same urgency as if it was their child who ran away.
In the last decade, officials say about 10 children in the county who were abducted or ran away were slain or died in accidents, including 14-year-old runaway Desiree Collins, who was shot to death in early 2002 in North Hills.
Wealthy families--those of rural landlords, shopkeepers, and others who paid a substantial land tax--gave away daughters at the same rate as poor families did, Wolf says.
Still, by their own accounts, many women who had been adopted for minor marriages hated their mothers for having given them away, Wolf says.
The second part of the "tilt" technique is to throw the ball down and away for a strike.
The solution is to create a safe and stable environment for the child, and that way you eliminate the child's need or want to run away.