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Fade

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

Informal; in over-the-counter trading, to fill an order.
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Nevertheless, it has been shown that atropine alone already improves the recovery of Fade induced by antinicotinic (hexamethonium, D-tubocurarine) agents in the anterior tibial muscle nerve preparation of cats (Prado, Corrado, & Prado, 1987).
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First order statistics refer to cumulative distribution of rain attenuation and rainfall rate while second order statistics describe the dynamic characteristics of rain attenuation such as fade duration, fade slope, and inter-fade-interval.
When he learns it's up to the Angelics to battle the Fades, he finally finds a reason for being.
Usually deep fades result in long periods at minimum brightness, but we can never be sure just when this minimum will end, and if it does appear to, whether it will fade again quickly, as it did in the 1960s.
But, quite apart from using the ideal shape to fit a particular dogleg in the fairway or to locate a certain pin position, there is a very good reason why the top tour professionals prefer to fade or draw most of their shots.
One of the first things to consider is your customer's expectation for fade resistance.
"This may explain why anti-discrimination is a growth industry even--or especially--while identity politics fades into history, more Americans decline to identify themselves by ethnicity, and actual discrimination is, by virtually all measures, at historically low levels."
Because active Mg fades at a rate of 0.001% every 5 min, the initial start-cast composition of the iron must be sufficiently far away from the abrupt CGI-to-gray iron transition at the low end of the Mg range.