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Outstanding

Used in the context of general equities. Stock held by shareholders (verses the company's treasury stock).
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The next instant I saw it was leaning an inch or two more than usual, and all the skies with their outstanding stars seemed to be leaning with it.
Yet even as it hung there before him it continued to fascinate him, and he stared at it, detached from surrounding things and feeling a little as if he had been pitched out of an overturned vehicle, till the boat bumped against one of the outstanding piles of the wharf at which Mrs.
3 Emmys for Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, including Outstanding Variety Talk Series; Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series; and Outstanding Picture Editing for Variety Programming.
Meanwhile, ABS-CBN picked up 24 awards, among them the Outstanding Showbiz Talk Program Award for "The Buzz," Outstanding Crime/Investigative Program Award for "SOCO," Outstanding Public Affairs Program Award for "Failon Ngayon" and Outstanding Lifestyle Program for "Kris TV.
Outstanding Miniseries or Movie- Behind The Candelabra
Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Outstanding Small Disadvantaged Business Participation Program
Outstanding comedy series nominees are ``Out of Practice,'' ``Shameless'' and ``Will & Grace.
The award recognizes outstanding leadership, management and organizational skills.
One of the requirements for such a redemption is that the shareholder's percentage ownership of outstanding voting stock and outstanding common stock (whether voting or nonvoting) immediately after the redemption must be less than 80% of the percentage of such stock owned by the shareholder immediately before the redemption.
PBS' ``Frontline'' won for the seventh time in the Outstanding Achievement in News and Information category.
The Mill Manager of the Year award recognizes the mill manager who has best demonstrated outstanding leadership, management, and organizational skills leading to improved results at the facility for which he or she is responsible.