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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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In the Dun Laoghaire branch in Co Dublin, we found a range of out-of-date products still sitting on shelves despite being over a week out of date.
The study revealed that tinned food is the item most frequently eaten when it is past its best, but nearly a quarter will eat out-of-date meat and one in ten would eat fish that had gone off.
What he does--recycling old, out-of-date buildings--jibes with what we're trying to do.
These references provide an abundance of current information but risk becoming out-of-date if the sites disappear or are not routinely updated.
on maps) now exist only on out-of-date maps or as obscure clues for crossword puzzles.
He adds: "It is also among the most out-of-date of any of the texts we have used--1988.
More than three-quarters of companies claim they trust the integrity of data, but a third go on to admit to using incomplete and out-of-date information.
Unfortunately, I found a lot of information that is already out-of-date.
If these companies aren't careful, "Workers of the World, Unite" won't be just a hackneyed, out-of-date slogan.
Using FPDI's technology, SAIC will be able to offer a cost-effective, one-stop solution for converting, indexing, archiving, and managing information, for customers who need to (1) update legacy information from out-of-date analog or digital systems to modern, digital platforms, and (2) record, store, and distribute new information on modern, digital platforms.
Results published by NOP Research show that nearly eight out of ten of UK companies are publishing out-of-date information on their company websites.
Because most information on antibiotics can be out-of-date almost immediately, Johns Hopkins said the Web site is the perfect vehicle for supplying updates.