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Stalwart

Informal for a publicly-traded company that earns a steady but not staggering return. That is, a stalwart provides a solid return for little risk; one may think of a stalwart as the opposite of a growth stock. Peter Lynch coined the term stalwart to describe these companies. See also: Blue chip.
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FRIENDS REUNITED From left, Gary and Sarah rejoin Hollyoaks stalwarts Stephanie, Nick, Jessica and Ashley
Chairman PTI Imran Khan has welcomed stalwart politician Imtiaz Safdar Waraich's decision and stated that his inclusion will strengthen it in Gujranwala division.
Manny Pacquiao, who suited up for the Stalwarts as a last minute addition in the PBA All-Stars, had nine points all in the first half.
Meanwhile, a PPP stalwart told that the prime minister is also happy with his counsel and the way he is pleading his case before the seven-member larger bench of the apex court.
The event is the largest on-campus communication festival in this country, bringing 2000 youth and more than 35 media stalwarts on one campus.
TRIBUTES were today paid to a stalwart unionist at Vauxhall who "tirelessly" fought for his members.
These stalwarts will hopefully, through the local electorate, prove their case and if they now set up an independent caucus they should be applauded for doing so.
Close friend and fellow life member of the North Midlands BA, Eddie Elson said: "Reg was one of the stalwarts of the game and gave great service to club, league, county and the BCGBA.
Thus, although many LDP stalwarts detest their "maverick" leader, they may have to make good on his reform rhetoric to ensure their own political survival.
Conductor Lawrence Foster, stalwart of company stalwarts, proved a vigorous presence in the pit, revealing intricate texture as well as brute strength in Verdi's sinewy score.
And how likely are you to buy cool digital equipment by such stalwarts as Sony, Panasonic and Pioneer at your nearest Walmart or other shop?
Although written for and by "Champ" crewmen, this nostalgic review of one of the stalwarts of the 1950s carrier fleet should be welcomed by anyone with an interest in Naval Aviation.