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Kill

To cancel an order that has not yet been filled. See also: Fill-or-kill, Immediate-or-cancel.

kill

To halt a trade before sending a confirmation of it.
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Prostitution Task Group chairman, Dr Adrian Phillips, Director of Public Health, said: "This city's determination to kill off the street sex trade is really beginning to pay off.
Rowling has joked in the past that she might kill off all the characters in the final book.
Upon infection, they race through the bloodstream to kill off the invading pathogen.
The product contains a systemic weedkiller to kill off all manner of existing weeds down to the root and a residual weedkiller that stops new weeds from emerging for up to three months.
CAST ON, KILL OFF blends recipes and a knitting pattern with a fine new knitting mystery, the latest release in the author's popular knitting mystery series.
SIR - Not only are the Olympics threatening to kill off Welsh national football, they are now threatening to kill off almost all coverage of Welsh sport on public TV in Wales.
Bob Crow, general secretary of the Rail Maritime and Transport union, said: "If the reports are true that Tube Lines are at last being taken back under public control it would be a welcome development and would kill off the privatisation disaster on the Tube once and for all".
The BBC suffered a furious backlash from fans when they decided to kill off the character and the campaign has organised a range of events to lobby for his return, starting with the pilgrimage to Mermaid Quay.
I didn't kill off city trams TRANSPORT minister Sadiq Khan yesterday claimed he had been "misinterpreted" in a leaked letter which appeared to kill off Merseytram.
Cymdeithas Education spokesperson Ffred Ffransis said education of-ficers appeared to believe they had been given a licence to kill off Welsh-medium village schools in Carmarthenshire.
putida normally lives in the soil, where it must fight the onslaught of chemicals that some fungi make to kill off their bacterial competitors.