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Expunge

Used in the context of general equities. Remove any trace of an Auto indication's existence at any time. See: Cancel.

Expunge

On AUTEX, to cancel an order such that it leaves no record either on the electronic board or in the historical archives of the board. A straight cancellation leaves a record in the archives of AUTEX, which may not be desirable for some traders who do not wish other traders to know that they were once interested in a certain transaction. Expunging the order removes this risk. See also: Cancel.
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The idea behind the expungement suggestion is to remove the long-term disabilities with which juveniles are saddled (260) after committing acts which may not be criminal but has been classified as such under existing zero tolerance policies.
Expungement will permit the disenfranchised juvenile to shed the scarlet letter that attached during youth and successfully reenter society.
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To say that Cyexpungement' of customer claims from broker records is a major investor protection problem is an understatement," said Scott Ilgenfritz, outgoing president of PIABA, and author of the expungement study, during a Wednesday conference call to announce the study's findings.
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