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Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying that it is the third preferred bond of the company.

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1. On a stock transaction table, a symbol indicating that a dividend was paid after a stock split.

2. A symbol appearing next to a bond listed on NASDAQ indicating that the bond is a company's third preferred bond. All NASDAQ listings use a four-letter abbreviation; if the letter "I" follows the abbreviation, this indicates that the security being traded is a third preferred bond.

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Used in the dividend column of stock transaction tables to indicate that the dividend was paid after a stock dividend or split: Lehigh s.20i.
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Historical prevalence of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and the shift from Infibulation to clitoridectomy and non Circumcision in Sudan.
It becomes evident that clitoridectomy is one of the means through which the suppression of female sexuality is effected.
In Africa, over 85 percent of genital mutilation consists of clitoridectomy or excision.
Labeling a child a girl does not require a clitoridectomy," she says.
18] However, female circumcision has not been unique to Africa and Asia To "cure" female nervousness and masturbation, clitoridectomy was performed on European and American women and girls during the nineteenth century and as recently as the 1940s.
I am here thinking of women's struggles against clitoridectomy and other forms of genital and physical mutilation also regarded as cultural initiation, made possible by a rejection of the enculturation of the body, by essentializing it purposefully.
There are few quicker ways of being evicted from an Egyptian cafe than by talking loudly about clitoridectomy.
Infibulation and clitoridectomy are widespread practices in the Muslim regions of the Sudan, and the English resolved to eradicate the practice, whether motivated by public health considerations or the "civilizing" mission.
The clitoridectomy controversy, which gained prominence during the Kenyan anticolonial struggle, especially in the 1930s, can be taken as a case in point.
For instance, severe clitoridectomy may result in bleeding and death if the word is not sutured.
the main point is this: infibulation--not clitoridectomy, not male circumcision--was widely thought to impede procreation [and] the colonial government's desire [was] to foster population growth in the riverain north with the aim of creating a sufficient and tractable workforce to support the production of cotton" (p.
81) The four forms of genital cutting usually mentioned are: (1) clitoridectomy (also known as "sunna"), whereby the clitoral prepuce is cut and all or part of the clitoris is removed; (2) excision, whereby the clitoris and all or parts of the inner labia are removed; (3) infibulation (also known as "pharaonic mutilation"), whereby the clitoris and most of the labia are removed and what remains is stitched so as to leave a small opening for urine; and (4) pricking the clitoris and/or labia, sometimes accompanied by stretching of the clitoris and/or labia (see Angela Wasunna, "Towards Redirecting the Female Circumcision Debate: Legal, Ethical and Cultural Considerations" (2000) 5 McGill J.