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Out

Used in the context of general equities. (1) No longer obligated to an order, as it has already been canceled: (2) advertised on Autex.

Out

Describing a canceled order.
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About midnight I got out of bed and went to Herbert, with the conviction that I had been asleep for four-and-twenty hours, and that Wednesday was past.
Wednesday morning was dawning when I looked out of window.
Get out of bed, Charley, and get washed and dressed, and then I'll tell you.
His head was soon in a basin of water, and out of it again, and staring at her through a storm of towelling.
A knot of those amphibious human-creatures who appear to have some mysterious power of extracting a subsistence out of tidal water by looking at it, were gathered together about the causeway.
and he pulled out of his pocket Raskolnikov's old, broken boot, stiffly coated with dry mud.
Then, as the latter began to moan feebly, the policeman got him to his feet and dragged him out of the place.
He was jerked out of the way, into a room with the convicted prisoners, where he sat and wept like a child in his impotent rage.
And so, when he was turned out of prison again, without a penny in his pocket, he went straight to Jack Duane.
From the low-arched expansion-tanks on either side the valves descend pillarwise to the turbine-chests, and thence the obedient gas whirls through the spirals of blades with a force that would whip the teeth out of a power saw.
97," which took them over from the old Dominion of Light which had them out of the wreck of the Persew aeroplane in the years when men still flew wooden kites over oil engines!
Its function is to shunt the lift out of the gas, and this it will do without watching.