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H

Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying that the issue is the second preferred bond of the company.

H

Used in stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate that during the day's activity the stock traded at a new 52-week high price.
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For example, the research reveals an especially strong relationship between height loss and cognitive health.
If height is a permitted ground of discrimination, there is no complaint if an employer expresses a preference for a certain height of employee.
Male stars are more sensitive than women about height.
Clowers used a unique technique to help him clear the tall heights, keeping his body slightly over his perfectly straight bike as he cleared the bar, then throwing his handle bars forward at the last second to give him added momentum.
In particular, we measured a few quantum states simultaneously in order to increase statistics and sharpness of increase of neutron count rate at zero height above mirror.
You will most likely choose a ramp without sandpaper and with a starting height of 100 cm.
Height is apparently a new reference point for that judgment, and we Americans are sadly falling short.
Lower dam height works best with higher-viscosity resins and vice versa.
As your skill develops your goal is to achieve more height with each jump, or more height and distance with lateral bounds.
From 1958 through 1995, the average ionosphere height dropped by 8 km, according to the group's report in the Sept.
Height appears to be an important physical attribute.
on the average, there was virtually no difference in the overall height which could be attained.