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Fill

An executed order. Also, the price at which an order is executed.

Fill

To conduct a trade such that it satisfies a client's order. That is, a broker fills an order when he/she makes the requested trade. The price at which an order is filled is called a fill price.

fill

To complete a customer's order to buy or sell a security. See also partial execution.
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To control shear defects in high-pressure diecasting, the following approaches can be considered: reduce the number and/or size of overflows, reduce shot sleeve solidification, increase die temperature, increase melt temperature and ensure that pressure intensification occurs after the die is completely filled.
Although the VF design filled turbulently before the filter, the runner after the filter filled immediately and completely, with a low metal front velocity.
Gray elements are the areas that have not been filled.
How far into the fill correct fill weight controls could be obtained was also challenged to make sure as much as possible of the drug product solution was filled before the weight control failed.
For example, the medicine-psychiatry residency, which offered 19 positions this year, filled only 9 of them with U.S.
After the drainage of all urine, first, the the bladder was filled continuously at a filling rate of 50 ml/min with sterile physiologic saline at room temperature and the maximum cystometric capacity was determined.
Arizona Cardinals -- University of Phoenix Stadium (filled 99.6 percent of 65,000): Price range: $25-$112.50 Increase: Yes, but lowered prices by $15 on 2,300 seats to increase inventory on lowest prices seats.
1 : to make or become full <Please fill the tank.> <The pail filled slowly.>
Once bags are filled, the controller deflates the spout connection collar, releases the loop latches and disengages the spout, enabling the bag to exit the filler automatically on the roller conveyor.
Excel then filled in the odd numbers 1, 3, 5, 7, and so on.