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Finish

Used in the context of general equities. See: Fill.

Finish

To fill an order. That is, once a broker finishes an order, he executes it according the conditions set forth by the client.
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I began now to think my cave or vault finished, when on a sudden (it seems I had made it too large) a great quantity of earth fell down from the top on one side; so much that, in short, it frighted me, and not without reason, too, for if I had been under it, I had never wanted a gravedigger.
This day I went to work with it accordingly, and got two shores or posts pitched upright to the top, with two pieces of boards across over each post; this I finished the next day; and setting more posts up with boards, in about a week more I had the roof secured, and the posts, standing in rows, served me for partitions to part off the house.
But Saturday afternoon, after work was finished and he had taken a bath, the desire to forget overpowered him.
But it was at last finished true as true, and they had to leave it and return to the dance.
She slept until the dream was quite finished and woke feeling deliciously cosy just as morning was breaking from its egg, and then she almost fell asleep again, and then she called out, "Tony," for she thought she was at home in the nursery.
When Sally had finished Athelny told her to shut the door after her.
Now you're coming to live with us till you find something to do," said Athelny, when he had finished.
You are not yet finished, and you start out by being impudent to your poor old father.
cried the Tree, "the rose is finished now"; but the Nightingale made no answer, for she was lying dead in the long grass, with the thorn in her heart.
Schlegel's 'Lectures on Dramatic Literature' came into my hands not long after I had finished my studies in the history of the Spanish theatre, and it made the whole subject at once luminous.
When he had finished the leg he wanted to touch that figure, but he felt too much excited for it.
But that evening Edna finished her dinner alone, with forced deliberation.