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Stray

(1) Not a member of the participating party in the trade at hand; (2) not a meaningful indication of a customer's desire to take a sizable position or be involved in a stock.

Stray

A random data point or event that has no significant meaning.
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It is very cruel and un-Islamic to kill the strays after two weeks of keeping them in an animal shelter," she told the GDN.
Rhondda Cynon Taf Councillor Rhys Lewis with one of the strays at the new Hope Rescue Centre in Llanharan
No matter how comfortable strays seem in the streets, they look for one thing: a home.
SIDON, Lebanon: Two Syrians including a child have required hospitalization after being attacked by a stray dog in a south Lebanon village, a security source said.
Thiruvananthapuram: The stray dog menace in Kerala has ballooned into a major political issue in the state, with a businessman launching a day-long fast to draw attention to the problem, and some candidates in the local council elections using it as a campaign point.
One doesn't expect Strays to use the intersection of two fearful personalities to explore positive change and courage yet, it does.
People who do not want to keep a stray in their own home can take it to the council's reception point at North Clwyd Animal Rescue in Trelogan near Holywell.
Following repeated disruption of Delhi Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung's visits at government hospitals by stray dogs, the L- G has ordered the three municipal corporations to initiate a massive sterilisation campaign across the city.
In Redcar and Cleveland between April 2012 and March 2013, 241 strays were found by the council.
It's great to be able to use our strays to help people wanting the excuse to get out and about," said Mr Bielby, who is running the pilot under the auspices of a community interest company, the Great North Resource.
FAMILIES have been urged to consider adopting a stray dog instead of buying a pet pooch for Christmas to help ease congestion at a Midlands kennel.
CUTS in council and police funding has meant that vets are increasingly having to take in stray animals especially at weekends and bank holidays.