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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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As well-known, the stub loaded in the 50 [ohm] feed lines can be applied to generate new transmission zeros.
Pay stubs showing astronomical salaries being paid to executives of state-owned businesses have been published in the media in recent weeks, prompting a furious outcry.
We will have Encore Stub Kits available as soon as we can and will bring them out in stainless steel as well.
Several aluminium smelters have already shown interest in this new stub cleaning technology.
As ticket stub collecting continues to grow, the most desired ticket stubs will likely be those with the most historical significance.
Passenger names on the boarding stubs have to be the same for qualification.
This paper presents the applications of shunt open stubs for microstrip multi-band bandpass filter design.
By attaching the two dissimilar short-circuited stubs to the uniform-impedance ring resonator (UI-RR), the three resonant modes are appropriately excited to form up a wide passband.
To get better insights, a simple stub based model can be derived by applying the modeling approach presented in the previous section.
BAHRAIN Air has officially launched a new innovative loyalty rewards programme to all frequent fliers on its route network by introducing a straight forwarded transparent rewards programme where frequent flyers simply submit boarding card stubs in return for complimentary tickets.
In addition, we offer recommendations relating to "Under-Reported Stub Period Accrual" and "Single-tier Alignment Election.