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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.
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Outwardly, they live in a protective world, where adults attend to their needs and control their every moment.
People couldn't understand it when outwardly they thought I had everything - to them I was living the dream," Collymore said.
IN ROSA BARBAS enigmatic twenty-two-minute film Outwardly from.
A FAMILY man who seemed outwardly happy was found hanging from a tree in Norman Park, Birkby.
Everyone has put a shift in and the pride I feel can only be outwardly shown now we are staying in the league.
Everyone has put a right shift in and the pride I feel can only be outwardly shown now a little bit more now that we are staying in the league.
Sister Bell and her staff never show outwardly the long and tiring shifts that they do.
Outwardly no different from any other passenger, her passport will probably be British or from another European country.
Student responses on the questionnaires indicated that these children had high stress, moderate levels of trait anger, moderate use of outwardly expressed anger, fairly high use of inwardly held anger and anger-reflection/control, moderately high school connectedness, moderately high behavior control (coping) and moderate levels of social confidence (coping).
The at least one carcass ply is wound outwardly about at least one of the bead cores and extends toward the tread to form a turn-up portion that terminates at a turn-up end.
To other, outwardly ordinary people, she is an inspiration from whom they draw strength, direction and purpose, her example providing a constant challenge to them.
The most dramatic of these forms is an outwardly sloped glass-clad "crystal" crowned with a chiseled profile.