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Symbol

Letters used to identify companies on the consolidated tape and other locations.

Ticker Symbol

A series of letters, often an abbreviation, that represents a stock, option, mutual fund, or other security that trades on an exchange. A ticker symbol allows securities to be listed on an exchange's overhead board conveniently and provides a useful reference for traders and investors. NASDAQ ticker symbols have four letters, while those on the NYSE have no more than three. Mutual fund ticker symbols sometimes include numbers. Examples of ticker symbols include F, for Ford, and MSFT, for Microsoft.
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Dream symbol 2 - "they weren't happy" - symbolises your intuition not to pressure your students too much.
Dream symbol 3 - "didn't know what to do" - symbolises the conflict between these images, how you want your students to do well but are not sure how hard to make them work.
Furniture moved around" symbolises things you feel are out of your control.
Not being able to speak symbolises your belief you're not being listened to.
Our new Amersham Health name symbolises the unification of our entire organisation and that we are united globally in our commitment to provide innovative products for the visualisation, diagnosis, prediction and treatment of disease," said John Padfield, CEO of Amersham Health.
So, 'Mahisasura' in a way symbolises evil power that exists within us.