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Drop

Refers to over-the-counter trading. Remove from OTC trading list; hence, no longer making a market in a security.

Drop

To remove a security from a list of securities for which a dealer serves as a counterparty in the over-the-counter market.
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The ends must drop back as shown, with the left end stalk-blocking the first defender he sees inside the hash, while the right end drops back to join up with the upback to become the second personal blocker for the ball-carrier.
That form looks strong with the winner scoring again, and the drop back to 1m shouldn't be an issue.
Following this relatively large financing, Hovnanian's line usage should drop back significantly to the 20% to 25% range.
35 Hereford SP forecast 10-11 Doubtful he's very high in the pecking order at Seven Barrows, but yet to run a bad race and coped well with the drop back in trip to score at Huntingdon this month, having finished runner-up over 2m3f at Newbury on his hurdles debut.
Yet it isn't easy to drop back and complete a long pass when the defense is in your face so quickly.
He races off the same mark today, has enough pace to cope with the drop back to 7f and was a winner here six weeks ago, so there's no reason why he won't run his race.
Their linebackers are so quick, one second they are at the line of scrimmage and the next second, boom, they drop back into coverage and you have to deal with them there.
Ian Williams, trainer of Prince Apollo and Stevie Gee "Prince Apollo pulled very hard over a mile and a quarter on very soft ground at Haydock, suggesting a drop back in trip may be suitable.
But Baffert offered an excuse: Flores let General Challenge drop back to fourth on the backstretch, seven lengths off the pace set by Hollycombe and Old Trieste, leaving too much ground to make up on the Santa Anita oval.
A drop back in trip, together with a return to a flat track, ought to suit him, and there may be a race for him at Aintree, as he remains fairly handicapped.
These factors have caused Fodor to drop back into the midfield to give the team another passer.