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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.
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Out

Describing a canceled order.
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Your baby can either face towards you or outwards with this simple, two-way carrier.
If you have a cavity wall and you try to resist the outward thrust with the outer leaf of wall only, there can be very little resistance.
We have a growing number of bold entrepreneurs who are looking outwards to increase sales and create a cushion against future domestic downturns.
By angling the grooves into a soft rubber surface, the roller responds to the tension of the web passing over it, deflecting the rubber grooves outward (Fig.
One especially memorable outward vista occurs beneath the soffit of the raised special exhibit volume - a vast four-bay, cubistic piece of almost Egyptian scale - standing on monumental stone pilotis.
With their original idea of rainwater shooting outwards denied in favour of a municipal path, Lapena and Torres have had to redirect the chute inwards via a CorTen gully to disappear within the building fabric.
It has now been much improved with an ingenious device: a system of big stainless steel aerofoil baffles which projects over the road at each side, catches wind deflected downwards from the face of the building, channels it underneath in a new void over the road and then projects it up and outwards on the other side.
As it opens and the front panel swings outward, the cabinet slowly discloses its contents, revealing its inner magic.
But the 400 mm thick walls are not capable of resisting the outward thrust of the floors and roof without some kind of reinforcement.