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Fade

Refers to over-the-counter trading. Fill another OTC dealer's bid for or offer of stock.

Fade

Informal; in over-the-counter trading, to fill an order.
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A mix of ballads, crooners and up-tempo twangers, Faded Gloryville is a great introduction to the variety of styles found in classic country.
It had the IQ surge, and then it faded out at age ten," says economist James Heckman.
Here, too, Choir plays on words, by titling these images Faded Beauty; in doing SC), she reminds viewers that while our fashions change, our underlying standards of beauty--thinness, unblemished skin--are remarkably consistent.
Cut the flowering scapes of daylilies at the base after all flowers on a stalk have faded.
Faded fabrics will be permanently revived to a deep black and look as good as they did when you bought them.
From that point, the fade slowed down, but where one might expect the fading to stop around magnitude 14, this time R CrB faded even deeper.
A spot that is starting anew and trying to bring something fresh to a faded area will often boast innovative menus.
021 TIA/EIA and IS-95/97/98/2000, including multipath fading, additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) generation and faded modulated interfering signals in a single tool.
Monitoring the jets with the orbiting Chandra X-ray Observatory over the past 2 years, researchers have viewed the jets as they traveled at half the speed of light, slowed down, and faded.
As long as the Mg is within specification, the pressure pour can run on a continuous basis, eliminating the need to pig faded iron.
In [1] and [2], the authors investigated dual-hop DF communication models with beamforming over Nakagami-m faded channels.
The next step would be to restore the most faded sections.