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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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Ghazanfar Mehdi said Bari Imam Mela is not being organized from the last four years the ancient remains of 'Loey Dandi' are also fading away.
GROOVE ARMADA Lovebox Festivals and Fiestas (Lovebox Music Recordings) "WITH the pitiful British summer fading away into a stream of booze, bands and boogies, it's time for the annual spate of follow-up compilation albums.
There is a feeling abroad that Christianity in this country is fading away and the hierarchy is preparing to cut and run.
(The lights have been calibrated to recordings recently made in the local setting.) As you concentrate on the luminous line, however, strange physiological effects are triggered in your eyes, and a second line, a kind of visual echo of the first, starts to travel upwards before fading away. Then a new one appears and starts to wander.
But the dead star's burned-out core isn't fading away quietly.
The hanging strands diminish in density from one end of the installation to the other in a spatial analogue of Nushu's fading away to extinction.
At that time, cotton, cotton/synthetic, and cotton/asbestos dryer "felts" (so called then) were fading away because yarns made from nylon and polyester polymers were being developed for use to clothe dryer sections.