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Stray

(1) Not a member of the participating party in the trade at hand; (2) not a meaningful indication of a customer's desire to take a sizable position or be involved in a stock.

Stray

A random data point or event that has no significant meaning.
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Strayer will be the remaining corporate entity under which both universities will operate.
Karl McDonnell, Chief Executive Officer of Strayer, said, "This combination will allow us to accelerate investment in the educational experience we deliver to students at both universities, while achieving back office efficiencies captured through the merger of our corporate functions.
2) While the first part is largely descriptive, the second part is reflective, as Strayer ruminates over the influences and forces behind the constitution and patriation, as well as the emerging implications for Canadians and Canada's legal and political institutions.
In doing so, Strayer University ensures that our academic programs are as dynamic as the technology that our students will be working with.
The valuation of the common stock of Strayer Education, Incorporated, the holding company operating Strayer University, is the focus of this case.
The book here reaches new levels of complexity as Strayer painstakingly examines the many forms of awareness a subject can have.
According to Margaret Weusi, who is pursuing a master's degree in public administration while working for the federal government, what Strayer really offers her is access, convenience and a minimum of administrative hassles.
Strayer did not disclose any financial relationships with the products that he discussed.
Strayer, who did not disclose any financial relationships with the products discussed, said physicians should be aware that not all of these tools are created equal.
CM congratulates one of our members and leaders of the NCMA association, Victor Ramos, CPCM, CFCM--he recently was awarded the 2005 Outstanding Alumni Award from Strayer University, a leading post-secondary adult education institution, where he completed his M.
Scott Strayer said in a poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco.
Minority women make up the fastest-growing segment of college students today, making up more than 60 percent of the total minority college population," says Robert Silberman, chairman of Strayer Education, the holding company for Strayer University (VA), which has 25 campuses throughout five east coast states.