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Kill

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

To halt a trade before sending a confirmation of it.
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Boyle refused to kill off the secret agent, labelling the idea "ridiculous".
He said: "The Chinese state is absorbing these losses itself in order to kill off competition."
The 35-year-old struck twice inside three second-half minutes to extended the first-half lead Derby full-back Cyrus Christie had given his side with his first goal for his country on his competitive debut and in the process, to kill off any hope of a shock.
Upon infection, they race through the bloodstream to kill off the invading pathogen.
I didn't kill off city trams TRANSPORT minister Sadiq Khan yesterday claimed he had been "misinterpreted" in a leaked letter which appeared to kill off Merseytram.
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But it is not the stores themselves that kill off local shops - it's the shoppers who choose to defect to big chain stores.
ISLAMABAD, 21 March , 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- A newly-identified type of microRNA could tackle aggressive cancers by helping to kill off their cells.
The majority of medical antibiotics originally came from soil bacteria, which produce chemicals to kill off other microbial species that compete for the same resources.
"If you kill off the snakes," he says, "you could be killing the next wonder drug."
'We are playing well enough but we are not doing enough to kill off the teams.