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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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Participants in follow-up visits were slightly older than drop-outs (32 years vs.
Ormskirk's Edge Hill University saw its drop-out rate rise just 0.
In total, 33% of new contact lens wearers drop-out within a year, director of Brennan Consultants, Professor Noel Brennan revealed to the audience.
Quite frankly, I question the apparent worthiness of emphasizing improvement in the high school drop-out rate.
As far as state education officials can tell, the 1,000-student Walton-Verona district is the only one in Kentucky with a zero drop-out rate.
He said the vast majority of people moving to Wales were retired people who become a burden on the local economy, the unemployed or sick and social drop-outs from English cities.
More and more of our visitors are using mobile devices and if our site isn t optimised for this traffic then we know we'll see drop-outs.
DUNDEE lads Gavin Bain and Billy Boyd had a great adventure when they pretended to be Californian drop-outs and duped record company bosses into giving them a big time contract.
The number of drop-outs from the tournament now stands at 38.
15, 1993, article in Forbes, is being fueled by a growing contingency of health club drop-outs -- active, fitness-minded baby boomers who prefer the privacy, convenience and time-efficiency of in-home workouts.
Trouble is dozens of other drop-outs turn up ready to enrol.