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Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying a beneficial interest.

S

A symbol appearing next to a stock listed on NASDAQ indicating that the stock has beneficial ownership. All NASDAQ listings use a four-letter abbreviation; if an S follows the abbreviation, it indicates that the security is trading beneficial ownership rather than actual ownership.

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1. Used in stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate that the stock has been split or that the firm has paid a stock dividend of at least 25% within the past 52 weeks: Getty s.
2. Used on the consolidated tape to indicate the size of a transaction as a multiple of 100 shares: Gy 9s81.
3. Used in bond transaction tables in newspapers to separate a bond's coupon and year of maturity: Deere 9s01.
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Craft beer drinkers are adventurous and opening their palates to new and interesting flavors," said Samuel Adams Brewer and Founder Jim Koch.
PC Paul Shimmen told the inquest in Truro how Samuel "had wild staring eyes" and seemed "locked in another reality".
The prize five-year-old Samuel has won is a year's supply of BAKING ingredients.
Once we recognize that Samuel's ghost did not in fact rise up from the grave to speak to Saul, the latter's conversation with Samuel becomes a description of what Saul imagined Samuel was telling him.
Auld pays close attention to the Hebrew and Greek texts of Samuel and the Dead Sea Scrolls in his literal translation and tries to represent the variant readings through the use of regular and italic typefaces.
It's been fun to share my knowledge of brewing with Chris throughout this process, and he has certainly taught me more than a thing or two about distilling," says Samuel Adams founder and brewer Jim Koch.
Samuel was an avid collector, especially of early Canadiana.
An American-style rye ale, Samuel Adams Revolutionary Rye is a deep, reddish-hued ale brewed with both rye and roasted malt for a spicy character.
It was definitely going to be Samuel to keep the tradition going.
Soon after they married in 1949, Samuel was demobbed from Bridgend and went back to Stoke-on-Trent to live.
You'll recall Samuel, a restricted free agent, was none too pleased when the Patriots franchised him in the offseason.