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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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Poor microstructures and physical properties of castings from the third laddle were due primarily to cold metal, in oculant fade and oxidation of the iron, the latter caused by exposure to the air prior to pouring.
All FADE bonds are exposed to the administrative capabilities of Titulizacion de Activos SGFT SA (TdA, the management company) as issuer trustee.
Working on a festival centered around the heritage of music and art was a pleasure," explained Derek Robinson, Fade Media Partner.
His song 'I'm Famous' is a bit like Justin Bieber, admits Kris Fade.
In Perry," he says, "the achievement test scores didn't fade out.
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.
THESE girls certainly didn't Fade into the background yesterday at the screening of their new TV show.
Deadheading annuals will encourage new flowers as the old ones fade, especially petunias and geraniums.
of Longmont, CO, has released a new version of its seasonal Fade to Black.
To maintain the category's momentum, Biocosmetic Research Labs has launched Black Opal fade systems.