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Partial

Used in the context of general equities. Trade whose size is only part of the total customer indication/order, usually made to avoid a compromise in price and also to get some business instead of losing the customers inquiry/order to a competitor.

Partial

Informal; a trade in which a broker only executes part of a client's order. The broker makes a partial execution based on the counter-orders currently available. Some client orders, such as all-or-none orders, preclude partial execution.
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It thus seems legitimate to demand a moral justification for pre-parental partiality. However, unlike parental partiality, pre-parental partiality has not enjoyed the sort of philosophical attention that might be expected either to furnish or to foreclose such justification.
The former prime minister, brandishing an article penned down by Askari years ago, said that his articles show his partiality against the PML-N.
The resolution added that 'respondents acted with evident bad faith, manifest partiality and gross inexecusable negligence when they signed the contract without first reading it, to the prejudice of the COWD.'
partiality standard is most often applied when a party learns after its
Partiality or favouritism is the worst sin of injustice perpetuated in religious houses from where mercy runs out through the backdoor.
In this Article for the Missouri Law Review's Symposium on A Future Without the Administrative State?, I contend that challenges to adjudicators' appearance of partiality are well positioned to be part of the new wave of structural challenges to the administrative state.
The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of one of the basis to overturn the award of an arbitrator or arbitration panel under the Federal Arbitration Act, that being the "evident partiality" of an arbitrator.
Even in small ways, partiality and preferential treatment--especially based on ethnicity, class, or nationality--is dangerous.
Below are some practical considerations to take to avoid challenges to awards based on "evident partiality," especially in light of the differing standards for "evident partiality" found in jurisdictions across the country.
Later on Friday, however, Argentina's economy ministry issued a statement accusing Griesa of "clear partiality in favor of the vulture funds."
Had he done the same earlier, the Congress would have not faced such an embarrassment, but the Congress talking about partiality in the House is laughable," said Raut.

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