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Away

A trade, quote, or market that does not originate with the dealer in question, e.g., "the bid is 98-10 away from me."

away

Used to refer to a market, quotation, or trade not originating with a particular dealer. For example, a dealer quoting a stock at 15 away would be quoting a price that comes from a different market maker.
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You must go straight on till you come to the castle where the horse stands in his stall: by his side will lie the groom fast asleep and snoring: take away the horse quietly, but be sure to put the old leathern saddle upon him, and not the golden one that is close by it.' Then the son sat down on the fox's tail, and away they went over stock and stone till their hair whistled in the wind.
But it occurred to him that he might as well have the marble he had just thrown away, and therefore he went and made a patient search for it.
A light fan of air slowly drifted the log away from the shore, and when I noticed his predicament the distance was already too great for him to leap.
Why, she'd begin to doubt, right away, and imagine a lot of sicknesses and dangers and objections, and first you know she'd take it all back.
With a scream like that of an angry giant it tore away the ropes that held the coop and lifted it high into the air, with Dorothy still clinging to the slats.
But when, throwing one arm round her waist, he sought to kiss her lips, not like a lover indeed, not because he wanted to do so, but as a desperate man who puts his fortunes to the touch, she drew away from him, with a knot in her forehead, backed and shied about fiercely with her head, and pushed him from her with her hand.
One day an old man went to a stream to dip in a crust of bread which he was going to eat, when a dog came out of the water, snatched the bread from his hand, and ran away. The old man ran after him, but the dog reached a door, pushed it open, and ran in, the old man following him.
"There is food in the huts," said an Ox-boar-man, drowsily, and looking away from me.
Go away yourself, alone..." came from various sides of the crowd.
So I took the gun and went up a piece into the woods, and was hunting around for some birds when I see a wild pig; hogs soon went wild in them bottoms after they had got away from the prairie farms.
Trent, carried away for a moment by an impulse of pity, felt only disappointment at the hopelessness of his task.
As the schooner paid off, the fore- and main-sheets were slacked away for fair wind.