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Fade

Refers to over-the-counter trading. Fill another OTC dealer's bid for or offer of stock.

Fade

Informal; in over-the-counter trading, to fill an order.
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Perhaps the most mysterious image in the show is Untitled Faded Beauty (Asian Cinema), of a movie poster depicting a woman holding a phone to her ear.
Monitoring the jets with the orbiting Chandra X-ray Observatory over the past 2 years, researchers have viewed the jets as they traveled at half the speed of light, slowed down, and faded.
Faded awnings and/or a faded paint job on a restaurant are tell-tale signs that it has withstood the test of time and/or is likely a good bet for some tasty grub.
Once the residual Mg level in the molten iron is reduced to zero, the O will then dissolve in the faded iron to 4-6 ppm.
From that point, the fade slowed down, but where one might expect the fading to stop around magnitude 14, this time R CrB faded even deeper.
Some options include: -- Girls Faded Glory Mix and Match Top, $5 + Faded Glory Mix and Match Scooter skirt, $5 -- Boys Faded Glory Short-sleeved Crew Shirt, $3.
The next step would be to restore the most faded sections.
Last week we asked you who first faded out at the end of a record rather than having a proper ending.
NEW YORK -- Faded Glory's women's classic fit jeans rated "best fit" among major brands according to Consumer Reports' August issue.
It just started off and faded and faded and faded and hit the upright,'' Killeen said.
Their stylistic differences produce a babel of references to the contemporary city, both in its cosmopolitan reality and in the degree to which its forms embody modernity's faded, thwarted, and displaced dreams and ideals.
It is estimated that billions of photographs are being stored in albums, frames, or shoeboxes that either show signs of fading or have already faded.