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Fifth letter in a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying that the issue is the company's third class of preferred shares.

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Used in stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate a new stock that has been listed within the past 52 weeks. The high and low prices are for a period of less than a year: WeinR n.
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Yes, that CT is normal, and, no, by the way, there is no hemorrhage.
Following an exceptionally warm and generally dry winter, Canadians can expect a normal and gradual warm-up this spring.
During the last couple of weeks Nordic regions and eastern Europe have seen a return to colder than normal temperatures.
On routes between Tokyo and London, the new fares will be: JPY438,000 for Economy PEX, a decrease of 7%; JPY835,600 for normal Economy Class, unchanged from previous fares; JPY1,173,200 for normal Business Class, an increase of 7%; and JPY2,204,100 for normal First Class, up 13%.
The narrative is told from two points of view: Theodora's (formerly Dora Twistle) and Emily Fine's (the normal girl).
It's probable we will have normal to below-normal rainfall, but it's just as likely to have the below-normal rainfall during the weaker El Ninos.
For this purpose, testicular descent was coded as 0 and called "complete" if both testicles were rated as either normal or normal retractile; otherwise, it was coded as 1 and called "incomplete.
Laboratory studies showed an elevation of lactic dehydrogenase (1,403 IU/L; normal 180-460 IU/L), ferritin (12,727.
The patient also exhibited a normal voice without hyperfunction.
Mutations or damage to DNA can "initiate" a cancer by turning off normal cell regulation.
To the relief of many potentially affected companies, the normal purchase and sales exemption (Paragraph 10b of FAS 133) saved the day.