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Out

Used in the context of general equities. (1) No longer obligated to an order, as it has already been canceled: (2) advertised on Autex.

Out

Describing a canceled order.
References in classic literature ?
They may constitute the link between ape and man, all traces of which have been swallowed by the countless convulsions which have racked the outer crust, or they may be merely the result of evolution along slightly different lines--either is quite possible.
In fact, it seemed that the incidents were of no greater moment to them than would be the stubbing of one's toe at a street crossing in the outer world--they but laughed uproariously and sped on with me.
At my hip hung a long-barreled six-shooter--somehow I had been unable to find the same sensation of security in the newfangled auto-matics that had been perfected since my first departure from the outer world--and in my hand was a heavy express rifle.
Among the many other things I had brought from the outer world were a number of pedometers.
As Tarzan ate he racked his brain for some plan whereby he might utilize the knowledge of the young man to gain entrance to the palace, but he had arrived at nothing which he considered feasible when there came a loud knocking upon the door of the outer room.
Tarzan crossed the alcove and entered the outer room to note the effect of the assaults upon the door.
I can hardly explain the reason, but there is to my mind much grandeur in the view of the outer shores of these lagoon-islands.
This difference of level, although no doubt very small, has, I believe, caused the death of those coral-groves, which under the former and more open condition of the outer reef has attained the utmost possible limit of upward growth.
Presently there emerged from the mountain a canoe laden with lost souls from the outer world.
Meanwhile Philoetius slipped quietly out and made fast the gates of the outer court.
At the far side of the outer court a narrow door let into the angle made by one of the buttresses with the wall.
After a momentary whirl in the outer court- yard, the prison-door opened, and shut upon them.