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Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying that the issue is the first convertible bond of the company.

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Used immediately following the stock name in stock transaction tables of newspapers to indicate that dividends and earnings are in Canadian currency but that the stock price is in U.S. dollars: Dome g .12.
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0 grams Trans Fat" boasts the label of York Dark Chocolate Dipped Cookies.
Two tablespoons coat your arteries with five or six grams of saturated fat (and only two grams of protein--much less than most cheeses).
But even with some extra oat fiber, you're still swallowing some 17 grams of "net carbs" in each bagel.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION PER SERVING (STANDARD RECIPE): 137 calories; 9 grams fat; 5 grams protein; 10 grams carbohydrates; 9 milligrams cholesterol.
NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING: 291 calories; 9 grams fat; 35 grams carbohydrates; 20 grams protein; 54 milligrams cholesterol; 20 grams protein.
Safeway brand Butter-Flavored Light Syrup: Total fat, 0 grams; trans fat, 0 grams; saturated fat, 0 grams
And the "9 grams of whole grain per serving" in its Harvest Wheat Rising Crust Pizza may sound impressive.
When planning your carbohydrate intake, think grams per day rather than percentage of total calories.
Operation Gulf - Resulted in 33 arrests, with officers finding 43 grams of cannabis, more than half a gram of heroin, 0.
Almost completely controlled by the coercive language Great Gram uses to describe the persistent sexual assaults she suffered in Brazil, Ursa finds herself falling into a formulaic and impersonal discourse, using Corregidora as a germinal word that triggers a set of complex associations which ultimately form an established narrative she is indeed "bound" to tell, compelled to repeat the story she has inherited because she's been taught not to doubt its veracity or to challenge its authority (8-9).
Technically, a calorie is the amount of heat necessary to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water 1 degree centigrade.
In one house, the European house dust mite predominated, with 7,454 per gram of dust in the couch, 2,361 per gram in the carpet under the couch, and just 232 per gram in carpeting where people often walk.