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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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Stokes was on 12 when he was dropped behind - and cashed in to strike 18 fours and six sixes.
Pakistan, who entered the series in second position and had an opportunity to top the rankings, have dropped behind Sri Lanka (128 ratings points), India and South Africa (both 123 ratings points), on 120 ratings points (ahead of the West Indies by a fraction of a point).
Perez dropped behind Hamilton after running wide while trying to pass Felipe Massa but made a pass on the Briton at the hairpin in a cloud of tyre smoke as he locked up his left-front tyre.
Mr Skillicorn, from Canning Street was one of the elite band of paratroops dropped behind German lines in the hours before the D-Day landings in 1944, and now he is ready to join the Army a second time - as a Chelsea pensioner in London.
Thousands of paratroopers were dropped behind enemy lines to capture bridges - including the vital Pegasus Bridge - railway lines and roads to prevent the German army sending reinforcements.
At the tender age of 17, Gerald Levy strapped on his parachute and prepared to be dropped behind enemy lines in one of the largest airborne landings in history.
Kubica was upset about losing ground to championship leader Kimi Raikkonen after the Ferrari driver dropped behind him following a problematic start.
Thousands of paratroops and glider-borne troops had earlier also been dropped behind enemy lines to launch the D-Day invasion.
Left-hander Hussain hit a half-century on his Scotland debut against Surrey in 2005 but has dropped behind Grange star Neil McCallum in the pecking order.
Barnsley dropped behind Brentford and Huddersfield after they went down 2-0 in a Yorkshire derby at home to Doncaster.
The Swede was thrilled to match Woods' tally of nine majors when she won the McDonald's LPGA Championship last month ( but she then dropped behind when he captured the Open Championship at St Andrews.
But they recovered and when they reached Portsmouth on July 19, despite having dropped behind the rest of the fleet by 50 miles on the last leg, managed to hang on to third position overall and earn a place on the podium.