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Butterfly

In the context of equities, a firm with two divisions may split into two companies and issue original shareholders two shares (one in each of the new companies) for every old share they have.

Butterfly

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To win the 50-metre, 100-metre and 200-metre butterfly would be really hard, especially given the big sprinters in the 50-metres, but I believe I can do it.
The evolution of a monarch from caterpillar to mature butterfly is as fascinating for some as its migration.
A lot of people see a correlation between the butterfly and rebirth, so it becomes a symbol of everlasting life,'' McCarty said.
The Day Butterfly Center -honoring the founder of Days Inns, the late Cecil B.
Puccini's three-hanky opera is as much melodrama as opera with the villainous Pinkerton seducing and then abandoning the innocent Madama Butterfly.
400-meter freestyle relay: On the same night of his 200 butterfly triumph, Spitz anchored the U.
The Madama Butterfly staged by the late Anthony Minghella (whose movies include The English Patient and The Talented Mr Ripley) won the prestigious Olivier Award when it premiered at English National Opera.
At his return, Pinkerton discovers that Butterfly has given birth to his son, and asks permission to bring the boy back to America.