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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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Nickles Fader, director of the Kelly gynecologic oncology service and the director of the center for rare gynecologic cancers at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, urged gynecologists to understand the data about ovarian conservation in hysterectomy.
"Court of Special Appeals" was correct when it reviewed only a "special" category of cases, namely criminal appeals, Fader said.
ScreenBuilder includes faders, buttons, timers and other widgets that can be configured via scripting for triggering events or for monitoring and controlling elements in the network.
The Previous regime of Nawab Sanaullah Zehri has announced to clinch water from Pat Fader Canal to fill water scarcity for the people of Quetta."The Provincial Cabinet has decided to pursue Mangi Dam, Borj Aziz Khan Dam option because the project will cost in lest amount as compare with Pat Fader Dam.
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After working with newsrooms on several VR projects for a little over a year, Berlin based startup Vragments has created Fader, a tool that easily produces and publishes VR stories.
XI has been working at SXSW's music festival for 7 years streaming Fader Fort, a multi-day music stage sponsored by Fader, Dell, and Converse.
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To get a gynecologic oncologist's take on the controversy, OBG MANAGEMENT caught up with Amanda Nickles Fader, MD, director of the Kelly Gynecologic Oncology Service at Johns Hopkins University.
So we trust that we're going to get really honest reviews," says Anna Fader, founder of Mommy Poppins.
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