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Kill

To cancel an order that has not yet been filled. See also: Fill-or-kill, Immediate-or-cancel.

kill

To halt a trade before sending a confirmation of it.
References in classic literature ?
When I have done this I will come back here, and you shall kill me.
If we do not kill, we shall be killed, therefore it is wise to kill first whomever does not belong to one's own people.
They tried to kill him with spears and kerries, but he jumped round them, biting at them, and kept them back.
By the Law of the Jungle it is death to kill at the drinking-places when once the Water Truce has been declared.
Do you find the means, I will execute it, provided it is not to kill the man, for Mercedes has declared she will kill herself if Dantes is killed.
This is what we will do: when we have killed these people, father and son, we will kill you too.
All the jungle is thine," said Bagheera, "and thou canst kill everything that thou art strong enough to kill; but for the sake of the bull that bought thee thou must never kill or eat any cattle young or old.
We stop stages and carriages on the road, with masks on, and kill the people and take their watches and money.
He bestrode it as a lion in the pride of strength, with shield and spear before him and a cry of battle on his lips resolute to kill the first that should dare face him.
I thought you asked Dorothy to kill the Witch," said the Scarecrow, in surprise.
I dare kill you, Rokoff," replied Tarzan, "for no one knows that you are here or that I am here, and Paulvitch would tell them that it was Gernois.
It was bad to break up the tribe, for then the Meat-Eaters would come over the divide and kill them all.