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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.
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Stray

A random data point or event that has no significant meaning.
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To make enough money to feed stray cats and dogs, as well as pay for their medical bills.
A Tehran suburb will try to control the problem of stray dogs by setting up feeding stations for them outside residential areas, in hopes that will keep them away from people.
"Drawing up a nationwide law will also hold pet owners responsible as a lot of these strays were brought in by expats who left the country or people who could not take care of them, so there has to be a way for them to be held accountable.
Just over a year ago, the former interior minister, Socrates Hasikos, described the number of strays as an issue that had been "plaguing" communities for decades.
"We are delighted to now also be providing their stray dog reception service and a safe place for the strays of the borough 24 hours a day.
Summary: 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.
Strays tells what happens when two wandering creatures find one another, overcoming their fears to make friends and rise above their dark reputations.
ANYBODY coming across a stray dog in Flintshire may now have to keep it for the night or over the weekend, as council collections outside of working hours are being scrapped.
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.
Under a Freedom of Information request, figures released show that Middlesbrough and Redcar and Cleveland have seen a drop in the numbers of stray dogs found in the last year but Stockton has seen a slight increase in the number of strays.
He said: "We started life six years ago trying to help the council reduce the number of strays that had to be put to sleep.