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Step aside

Allow a block to trade at a price at which you do not care to participate in the trade.

Step Aside

To allow a block trade to occur because one does not wish to make a better bid or offer.
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If Assad stepping aside becomes a stumbling block to the continuation of the Geneva process, there are two countries that could be instrumental in persuading him to step aside: Russia and Iran.
Tejpal, who is a founder member of the Tehelka magazine, said that he was stepping aside as an act of penance.
Summary: NEW YORK - Google Inc says it has awarded $100 million worth of equity to Eric Schmidt, who is stepping aside as CEO but will stay with the company as executive chairman.
"His immediate stepping aside as First Minister may well be a precursor to his departure as DUP leader at a moment more of his own choosing.
* In Louisiana, where conservative Democratic Senator John Breaux is stepping aside, there are two strong Democratic candidates--State Treasurer John Kennedy and Breaux's favorite, Representative Chris John.
Robinson, meanwhile, said he would consider stepping aside if the archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, asked him to but that it wouldn't end the church row over homosexuality.
Elected in 1984 as the second bishop of the Traditional Anglican Church--a breakaway church with worldwide membership--Bishop Woolcock headed the church for five years while he was in his 70s before stepping aside in 1989 to become assistant bishop of the church.
I will be stepping aside as editor of the journal after this issue.
Whether Lott remains in the Senate is up to the voters of Mississippi, but he would do his party and his state a great favor by stepping aside as majority leader.