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Drop

Refers to over-the-counter trading. Remove from OTC trading list; hence, no longer making a market in a security.

Drop

To remove a security from a list of securities for which a dealer serves as a counterparty in the over-the-counter market.
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For one of the things the Crooked Magician sent me to get was a drop of oil from a live man's body.
I have the three hairs in the tip of a Woozy's tail, a six-leaved clover, a gill of water from a dark well and a drop of oil from a live man's body.
Unless you are inviting death for us all you had best drop, and that quickly.
4 : a small amount <I'll have just a drop of tea.
It expanded the envelope of C-17 air drop capabilities, and points the way toward a safe extraction technique for an affordable and responsive space lift capability.
As tennis courts and balls get slower and serve-and-volleyers become almost extinct, the drop shot grows in importance.
The accumulation of a lump-sum benefit over the period that eligible employees defer retirement offers an enticement that has kept the utilization rates of most DROPs very high.
To move drops of liquid across a chip, Sailor and his colleagues modified the particles' surfaces so that one side was water repelling, or hydrophobic, and the other was water attracting, or hydrophilic.
Neomycin-containing drops can cause topical sensitization that can be difficult to distinguish from persistent infection.
Although significant, none of these drops were nearly as dramatic as the drop in airborne concentrations.
Cohort rates measure what happens to a group of students over a period of time and reveal how many students starting in a specific grade drop out over time (USDOE, 1999).
Despite an expected drop in demand for the last half of the year, light vehicle production is expected to hit 12 million units again during '00, with an expected decline of only 580,000 vehicles compared to the '99 peak year.