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Unload

To sell securities, especially all the shares one owns. Unloading has a connotation of selling at a loss, especially in a bear market or following a bad investment decision. See also: Bull trap.

unload

To sell an investment, generally at a loss.
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Systems can be designed to unload railcars, load and unload bulk bags, silo loading and unloading, mixing systems, in-plant transfer, regrind conveying, automated product weighing as well as complete compounding projects.
NEON Unload was built from the ground up to leverage modern hardware and software capabilities, allowing it to run faster, do more, and deliver greater value than other IMS utilities.
facility, located up the river from the Yamato dock, unloads approximately 1.
Simultaneously, the same manipulator takes a part from the table and puts it on the unload conveyor.
This solution also enabled Parker to unload hopper-bottom railcars and trucks without the need for a pit of any kind, saving further expense.
We get stuff all the time that's hard to unload, has the wrong documentation, is sensitive or hazardous, and isn't marked," said Tilson.
safely unload product and vendor will require drivers
It would normally take about two weeks to unload the cargo from the Liberty and Victory ships," said Brooks.
Garcia, however, said the cargo ship did not dump nickel ore but was allowed to unload and transfer soil, with a "small quantity of nickel ore," to another ship.