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Ex-New

The sale of a stock in which the buyer does not receive the right to take advantage of a coming bonus issue or the right to receive a warrant that has been announced but not distributed. These rights remain with the seller. In other words, an ex-new sale is both ex-scrip and ex-warrant.
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A brilliant century from ex-New Zealand Test player Aaron Redmond (105*) and a 107 partnership between Redmond and Adam Samouelle (36) took Wigan to victory, with Orrell's Lee Martinus (4-30) the pick of the home bowlers.
Mott was one of several candidates for the role, including former Glamorgan opening batsman Matthew Elliott and ex-New Zealand coach AndyMoles.
Ex-New York mayor Rudy Giuliani, who has campaigned for Mr McCain after leaving the presidential race, said: "John McCain was right about the single most important decision that had to be made in the last four years and that was to stick it out in Iraq.
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Counting on ex-New Yorkers and a wealth of moderate Republicans, Rudy Giuliani bet all his electoral chips on Florida and lost.
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As an ex-New Orleanian who moved away for reasons unrelated to Katrina, I feel compelled to respond to your recent article on New Orleans ["This Is Home," September 12].
In Norway, people think that sports are the performing arts," says the ex-New York City Ballet dancer in his cramped office in Oslo's Den Norske Opera.
Other candidates for the Ole Miss job include former Ole Miss quarterback John Fourcade and ex-New Orleans Saints quarterback Bobby Hebert, both former teammates of Orgeron.
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The buy out of Phase Eight, led by chief executive Joy Walters, will see the firm chaired by ex-New Look chief executive, Stephen Sunnucks.
From Left: Ex-New York Jet Joe Klecko, Michael Rodriguez--Alliance Building Services, Gary Green--Alliance Building Services, Ex-New York Jet Marty Lyons