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S

Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying a beneficial interest.
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S

A symbol appearing next to a stock listed on NASDAQ indicating that the stock has beneficial ownership. All NASDAQ listings use a four-letter abbreviation; if an S follows the abbreviation, it indicates that the security is trading beneficial ownership rather than actual ownership.
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1. Used in stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate that the stock has been split or that the firm has paid a stock dividend of at least 25% within the past 52 weeks: Getty s.
2. Used on the consolidated tape to indicate the size of a transaction as a multiple of 100 shares: Gy 9s81.
3. Used in bond transaction tables in newspapers to separate a bond's coupon and year of maturity: Deere 9s01.
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`If we don't take him some one else will, and he does not look for any Sunday.' Of course, they don't go to the bottom of it, or they would see if they never came for a cab it would be no use your standing there; but people don't always like to go to the bottom of things; it may not be convenient to do it; but if you Sunday drivers would all strike for a day of rest the thing would be done."
It was really touching to hear the melancholy tone in which she said 'On Sunday I mustn't play with my doll!
The trout bit as they always do on Sundays. In an hour the transgressors had all the fish they wanted, so they returned to the house, much to Dora's relief.
We were together two Sundays, and I'm sure I wasn't frightened of Bob, or you.
The shutters of a map shop in the Strand were being taken down, my brother said, and a man in his Sunday raiment, lemon-yellow gloves even, was visi- ble inside the window hastily fastening maps of Surrey to the glass.
One of the children took it when she wasn't looking and hid it in his father's best beaver hat--the one he wore on Sundays. When Mr.
Macey observed, later on in the evening at the Rainbow, that Marner's head was "all of a muddle", and that it was to be doubted if he ever knew when Sunday came round, which showed him a worse heathen than many a dog.
Sunday morning was the happiest time in all the week to Lisbeth, for as there was no service at Hayslope church till the afternoon, Adam was always at home, doing nothing but reading, an occupation in which she could venture to interrupt him.
Charley mooned over it for a couple of days; then word was brought to us, as before, that on the next Sunday Demetrios Contos would repeat his performance.
It was a Sunday evening in London, gloomy, close, and stale.
Carey always had a boiled egg at tea on Sunday, so that he might be fortified for the evening service.
[He privately smoothed out the curls, with labor and dif- ficulty, and plastered his hair close down to his head; for he held curls to be effeminate, and his own filled his life with bitterness.] Then Mary got out a suit of his clothing that had been used only on Sundays during two years -- they were simply called his "other clothes" -- and so by that we know the size of his wardrobe.