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Fade

Refers to over-the-counter trading. Fill another OTC dealer's bid for or offer of stock.

Fade

Informal; in over-the-counter trading, to fill an order.
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People may remember going to a music festival and watching their favourite band, but the intensity of that sensory experience, including the bright stage lights and strength of the bass, will slowly fade.
They fade from red or pink to purplish-blue to thinner, pale, more scar-like streaks over time.
All FADE bonds are credit-linked to Spain's ratings (A-/Stable) as they benefit from an explicit and irrevocable guarantee from the government.
Read more: Golden Globes: Germany's 'In the Fade' wins best foreign language film in ceremony marked by protestHow Fatih Akin overcame his defeat at the box office
Fade Media supported the marketing efforts by designing a new website and digital promotional pieces.
He took the stage for four uninterrupted minutes, during which he touched on a wide array of topics before cutting to the video for "Fade." West talked about his feud with (http://www.ibtimes.com/taylor-swift-skipping-2016-mtv-vmas-due-kanye-west-kim-kardashian-feud-2407529) Taylor Swift , which links back to the controversial lyrics for "Famous," as well as his idols and America's gun violence problem.
Since the fades ([TOF.sub.fade] and Fade) caused by non-depolarizing agents exhibiting anticholinesterase activity in their molecules may be determined by mechanisms different from those involved with the fades causing muscular relaxants without anticholinesterase activity (Pereira et al., 2012), and taking into account that atropine is the muscarinic antagonist used in anesthesiology practice (Barrio et al., 2007), current study comparatively tested the protective effects of atropine and ZM241385, the latter being a blocker of [A.sub.2A] receptors (Pereira et al., 2012) against the cisatracurium inducing drastic levels of fades (83% [TOF.sub.fade], 100% Fade) in the phrenic nerve diaphragm muscle of rats.
And if you're one of 'The Kris Fade Show' listeners, then you've probably heard 'that' tune.
Perhaps the hottest argument around early education centers on whether its benefits ultimately fade out, making it a foolhardy investment.
The probable duration of rain fade, the time of day when it is likely to occur, and how frequently it happens are all important aspects for the design of satellite services [1].
Rayleigh fading simulates that statistical model in which the signal passing through the transmission medium will fade according to a Rayleigh distribution and is applicable only when there is no LoS path present between the two communication points [2].
Lights go out on the Street MUST SEE FADE STREET Thursday, 10.50pm, RTE Two * T'S time to shed a little tear this week...