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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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In 2017, the last year statistics are available, 139 women were killed by men - and of those, 105, or 76 per cent, knew their killer.
He said that Abbas alias Chadda was the target killer of Unit-99 Malir Sector and had confessed many murders during the interrogation.
Known as "Type D" whales, this species is several feet shorter than standard killer whales, and have more rounded heads, sharper fins, and smaller white markings around their eyes.
Toni's relatives have told how her life was left in tatters by the wicked lies of Alesha's killer.
'The arrested killer identified as Farooq, was involved and wanted to LEAS in many heinous crimes of murders and others in the metropolis,' the spokesperson of the Rangers said.
'Anyone, who helps the killer's family one way or the other, gives shelter within the area jurisdiction, will be responsible to whatever happens to him,' Abdul Rehman, the deceased's father demanded of the Qaumi Jirga.
This provided information about PCB levels in more than 350 individual killer whales around the globe - the largest number of killer whales ever studied.
According to a press release by the research team, the killer whale is one of the most wide-spread mammals on Earth and is found in all of the world's oceans from pole to pole.
A new study shows that the current concentrations of PCBs can lead to the disappearance of half of the world's populations of killer whales from the most heavily contaminated areas within a period of just 30-50 years.
The candid talk will focus on three main case studies, which are often told in the killer's own words, and tell the unsettling tales of how some of the world's most prolific killers perceive themselves, their victims, and their actions.
For my next book, I wanted a new and challenging--in a different way--antagonist, deciding pretty quickly on a serial killer, but before I could develop the story fully, I needed to educate myself about serial killers.