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Step aside

Allow a block to trade at a price at which you do not care to participate in the trade.

Step Aside

To allow a block trade to occur because one does not wish to make a better bid or offer.
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With the self-satisfaction of a man on parade, he stepped lightly with his muscular legs as if sailing along, stretching himself to his full height without the smallest effort, his ease contrasting with the heavy tread of the soldiers who were keeping step with him.
The men voted her "the funniest and jolliest ever," but the sniffs on the top step and the lower step were implacable.
D'Artagnan, as we have said, perceived a hole in that place and in this hole the steps of a winding staircase.
Be that as it may, it always seemed to me that I moved with greater speed and agility within Pellucidar than upon the outer surface--there was a certain airy lightness of step that was most pleasing, and a feeling of bodily detachment which I can only compare with that occasionally experienced in dreams.
He came to the stone steps leading upward to the higher level.
He mounted the steps, and, seizing a rafter with either hand, he swung himself up into the garret.
He was positively going now for a "rehearsal" of his project, and at every step his excitement grew more and more violent.
Then, doctor," said Silver, "you just step outside o' that stockade, and once you're there I'll bring the boy down on the inside, and I reckon you can yarn through the spars.
Felton made a slight bow, and directed his steps toward the door.
We will not pretend to accompany the travellers step by step in this tremendous mountain scramble, into which they had unconsciously betrayed themselves.
I have spoken to thee, friend," said Robin sternly, "and I now tell thee again, that thou goest not one step forward till thou hast done as I bid thee.
Slowly the man's lips were coming closer to hers and slowly, step by step, she was being carried backward.