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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.
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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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There is, however, little attention paid to that "partialness" of change to which Comaroff refers; this study avoids any sense of orisha worship at the time of the trans-Atlantic separation, (5) The reader is left wondering what is ultimately continuous in the symbolic repertoires and metaphysical discourses of Cuban orisha worship and, by extension, what has undergone large-scale change over the course of the past two centuries.
By encountering the partial truths in other traditions, we become more able to recognize partial truths as partial, both in other traditions and within our own, as well as the partialness of our appropriation and understanding of our own tradition.
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She "utters" the word "Father." According to the OED, "stutter" and "utter" are not etymologically connected, though her use of "utter" here seems to carry the semantic force of "stutter." Hesitancy, reluctance, partialness of expression, "barely-ness," or reservation of speech is a frequent nuance in Inchbald's use of "utter," and notably this inflection is a feature of many OED attestations subsequent to the mid-eighteenth century.

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