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Trade away

Trade Away

To execute a trade through another broker or dealer.
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Michael Miranda, whose career was on the rise with NLEX before he was traded away, found his way back to the Road Warriors in a deal that sent point guard Juami Tiongson to NorthPort.
As mentioned in a previous (https://ibtimes.com/nba-rumors-lakers-trade-clears-way-carmelo-anthony-signing-2761208) post , the roster spot materialized after the Lakers traded away Michael Beasley and Ivica Zubac to the Clippers for Mike Muscala.
Retired General Stanley McChrystal on Sunday said the US has "basically traded away the biggest leverage point we have".
All the acreage that was traded away was in non-operated sections with lower working interests.
He could find some opportunity in Orlando, which traded away former lottery pick Elfrid Payton last season.
They are not negotiating counters simply to be traded away. They're a way of life and a vital British industry" - Former Labour MP Austin Mitchell.
failed to establish policies and procedures necessary to determine the amount of commissions their clients were being charged when sub-advisors "traded away" with a broker-dealer outside the wrap fee programs.
The board member of this old team in the league wanted to clarify some things when it traded away Troy Rosario, the second overall choice in the Rookie Draft, to Talk 'N Text in a three-team deal that was approved by the Commissioner's Office.
He served at a market, sold vegetables all day, As he leapt up and down he traded away, He sold all his vegetables on the hoof, It's a wonder they did not hit the roof.
"Clegg may have traded away his political capital, but he can now guide legislation the way he wants it," the magazine judges said.
Of the five young players traded away, Al Jefferson will be most missed.