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Stub

Often used in risk arbitrage. Piece of equity security left over from a major cash or security distribution from a recapitalization.

Stub

1. See: Stub stock.

2. See: Check stub.
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The stubby antenna remains a preferred choice because it is inexpensive, and actually affords a cushion to breakage when the cell phone is accidentally dropped.
What Stubby will accomplish is groundbreaking, because it will capture the realities of war yet also display the very best of the human spirit.
As Gillian Kane notes in a recent article in the on-line magazine Slate, Stubby served as a morale booster for the nation after that horrible war.
Conroy named him Stubby, believed to be on account of his short and stubby tail.
But his stubby snout, beady eyes, crooked white whiskers, flapping ears and near-hairless body have now earned international acclaim for the eight-year-old Chinese Crested canine.
com 2BE CALM Don't worry, the "nails" are actually small and stubby protrusions rather than pointy things.
The terrier Stubby aided American soldiers in France during World War I by discovering a German spy.
WITH a wag of his stubby tail or a flick of his long silky ears cocker spaniel Bertie brings joy to the lives of severely disabled children.
Brothers Cider is claiming a category first by pouring its Pear Cider and Strawberry Mixed Pear Cider into stubby bottles.
Yours is short and stubby, because unlike the giraffe, you rarely use it to pull lunch from high branches.
Mark Hoolichan (20), of Stubby Lane, Wolverhampton, pleaded not guilty at Birmingham Crown Court yesterday to the manslaughter of 17-year-old Jack Macleod by "an unlawful act".
The two cases show the same material removal rate, but achieved with a different combination of axial depth of cut and radial engagement--skinny versus a stubby cut.