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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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Most of the engines dropped off as they fell off us--or we'd have grounded--but the rest is sort of dangling.
The pintles carried away, and it dropped off at last.
From the time she arose in the morning until she dropped off to sleep at night, her thoughts, like his, were chiefly of immediate duties to be performed.
However, the RTA's CEO of public transport, Dr Yousif Al Ali, told 7DAYS that passengers can be dropped off at any point before the final destination, so long as the person disembarking last pays for the entire trip.
Gary Walker, 47, a site manager from North Shields, had just been dropped off by taxi.
For a fixed rate, any soils, dredge, brick and concrete disposal can be dropped off at the new rail depot in North Bergen, New Jersey.
One of the people who was dropped off lived in the Northeast San Fernando Valley and reportedly had requested to be taken to his home.
A mistake means that a camper has been dropped off at the wrong bus stop or someone forgot to pick up Gretchen, a pleasant ten-year-old girl who just flew in from Germany.
She confirmed that there had been thefts from Mantilla Drive, and said mail would no longer be dropped off where there had been thefts.