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P

Fifth letter of Nasdaq stock symbol specifying issue is the company's first class of preferred shares.

P

1. A symbol indicating an initial dividend on a stock. It is used most often on transaction tables in a newspaper.

2. A symbol indicating that a mutual fund charges a distribution fee. It is used most often on transaction tables in a newspaper.

p

1. Used in the dividend column of stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate an initial dividend: .50p.
2. Used in mutual fund transaction tables in newspapers to indicate that a distribution cost is charged.
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Deep in the chimney-corner, like a witch in a dark cavern, sat a little old woman, mending one of the two pairs of stockings wherewith Peter Goldthwaite kept his toes from being frostbitten.
The sooner we have it all down the better," said Peter Goldthwaite.
His back was turned towards Peter, and beyond him was the gate!
McGregor caught sight of him at the corner, but Peter did not care.
Said Peter 'I am well aware Mine is a state of happiness: And yet how gladly could I spare Some of the comforts I possess
Said Peter 'Though I cannot sound The depths of such a man as you, Yet in your character I've found An inconsistency or two.
O Peter, no wonder you were crying," she said, and got out of bed and ran to him.
Then Wendy saw the shadow on the floor, looking so draggled, and she was frightfully sorry for Peter.
When a real bird falls in flop, he spreads out his feathers and pecks them dry, but Peter could not remember what was the thing to do, and he decided, rather sulkily, to go to sleep on the weeping beech in the Baby Walk.
Peter also felt strangely uncomfortable, as if his head was stuffy, he heard loud noises that made him look round sharply, though they were really himself sneezing.
After he had shown us his garden, Peter trundled a load of watermelons up the hill in his wheelbarrow.
The secretary was inclined to take the affair as a practical joke, but Peter Winn, after an examination of the pigeon, thought otherwise.