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Unloading

Selling securities or commodities whose prices are dropping to minimize loss.

Unload

To sell securities, especially all the shares one owns. Unloading has a connotation of selling at a loss, especially in a bear market or following a bad investment decision. See also: Bull trap.
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Nebrija added that there a number of provincial bus drivers continue to defy loading and unloading policies.
Door malfunction is among the top causes of unloading incidents at the MRT 3.
Loading and unloading of dry bulk such as coal and nickel, as well as liquid bulk such as palm oil (CPO) are also served by the company.
Based on the uniaxial compressive strength (UCS) of red sandstone specimens, 20 kN, 40 kN, 60 kN, 80 kN, 100 kN, and 120 kN were chosen as the cyclic unloading points successively.
During the process of cyclic loading and unloading, the area of the hysteresis loop formed indirectly indicates the degree of the rock microcracks opening and closing under cyclic loading.
They should have taken responsibility for the driver's safety and the delivery and unloading operation.
The new barge unloading system at CCT will be capable of unloading four barges per day.
Up to two SRVs would temporarily moor at the proposed deepwater port by means of a submerged unloading buoy system.
TENDER : Loading and unloading work at customs check-post at King Fahd Causeway.
STI s new truck shoe removes this risk by immobilising lorries in the loading bay until loading or unloading has been completed.
But to get there requires the completion of some significant infrastructure, namely an 18 million [pounds sterling] rail unloading and bulk storage system.
Now the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is reminding the print industry of the dangers of loading and unloading reels of paper from delivery vehicles.