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Away

A trade, quote, or market that does not originate with the dealer in question, e.g., "the bid is 98-10 away from me."

away

Used to refer to a market, quotation, or trade not originating with a particular dealer. For example, a dealer quoting a stock at 15 away would be quoting a price that comes from a different market maker.
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Magistrates in Liverpool were told the tweets were deleted within matter of hours after they were posted, but Tuck was jailed for 12 weeks.
They offer a wide variety of aesthetic, plastic and cosmetic surgery procedures at their practice, including breast augmentation, liposuction, tummy tuck and facelift surgery.
Matt is a superb scholar and a gifted teacher, and Tuck is indeed fortunate to welcome a leader of his accomplishments and thorough knowledge and appreciation of Tuck's traditions and operations.
Many children arrive at school not having had any breakfast, the tuck shop supplying the first food of the day.
The Tuck Away is also in Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Andrew Page, prosecuting, saiRd Tuck had posted the most recent comments after he was attacked while on a night out.
Tuck left soon after and, the following morning, on December 31 last year, Mr Phillips noticed the items were missing.
Across the country more than 3,000 tummy tucks took place on the NHS in the last three years.
Tuck, of Norris Green, Liverpool, admitted an offence under the Communications Act.
To lighten the mood, ladies' man FDR helps shy and gallant Tuck get a date by creating a flattering profile on a relationship website.
I provided some gear guidance and then asked if Tuck would like to join the Bowhunter TV crew on an upcoming trip to hunt javelina in South Texas.