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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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We need to do more work to kill off the bugs that are on the salad.
Feminist criticisms of the 1940 edition have also argued that Bigger's killings of Mary and Bessie are disguised attempts to kill off the feminine, the internalized castrating female, in himself (or in Wright).
Beginning in 1997, the Department implemented a program to kill off the 6,000 Fall Creek hatchery run of coastal coho salmon as a way to reestablish a strain of so-called wild coho.
I expect the motion to be carried, but I think it will kill off the proposals.
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.
If we want to "die to sins" we have to kill off our old ways.
Initially, he intended to kill off characters helter-skelter, but as the show -- about far-flung ordinary people who discover they have bizarre super-powers, and a global conspiracy enveloping them -- has been clicking so well, it's made his trigger finger not so itchy.
IAN Rankin has revealed he will not kill off Rebus in the final chapter of the best-selling crime books.
WOLVERHAMPTON today declared the city a no-go area for kerb crawlers in a new poster campaign designed to kill off its street sex trade.
Sex and the City stars have been deluging scriptwriters with suggestions to kill off former cast-mate Kim Cattrall.
Ross stressed that the aim was to kill off the Japanese by half-time - before the fierce heat has the chance to kill off Scotland