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Get out

Used in the context of general equities. Sell interest in a position ("We could get out big size in Humana.")
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People would pick OutWeek up in New York, but it would take a week to get out to San Francisco, so we would actually fax copies out to people on the West Coast so they didn't have to wait for the news."
"I don't think they wanted us to get out of the debt.
Goal: Keep it simple and get out of the first inning without giving up any runs.