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Melting

Slang; a situation in which a trader suffers such large losses (usually in a short period of time) that he/she can no longer continue to trade on the market.
References in classic literature ?
cried they; "it is far lovelier than all the rest, and does not melt away like them; and see how brilliantly it glitters in our hands.
You may melt your metals and cast them into the most beautiful moulds you can; they will never excite me like the forms which this molten earth flows out into.
The melt pool is forced downstream due to the increasing pressure resulting from the channel plugging with the higher viscosity solids.
Hot melt adhesives have "zero" waste during lamination.
Charge--The material contained in a given steel furnace melt, such as a mixture of scrap metal and pig iron in an electric arc furnace.
So, when ice melts and albedo takes a nosedive, the upper layers of the ocean absorb more sunlight, and sea-surface temperatures rise.
Yes, the whole chocolate kiss takes longer to melt than the half-size piece.
In simple terms, the melt strength of a polymer indicates the resistance of a melt to extension, or sag.
Simplesse isn't supposed to melt well, but we thought the cheese did just fine on toast under the broiler.
The premium melt expansion will allow the Company to meet the demand expected over the next several years from its key end use markets, including aerospace, energy, medical, and specialty applications in automotive and truck.
For example, the illustration shows how a cavity normally fills with the hotter, high-shear melt (red) along the cavity walls and cooler, more viscous melt (blue) in the center (A).