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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 study of the MCCD counterfoils did not involve collection of the gender of the deceased, or details of the certifying doctor.
That electoral roll number is written by the polling clerk on the counterfoil.
But they consoled me, telling that they were convinced that I was the winner because my name and phone number were on the counterfoil.
I left the bank, got into the car, and checked my counterfoil.
In the midst of all this confusion, the Gregorian calendar with its clear-cut logic and unvarying pattern, except in leap years, stands out as a neat counterfoil.
The top section of the set is the counterfoil and the bottom section is the voucher.
THE brooding counterfoil to golden boy Gary Lineker's chirpy anchor role, Hansen has already caused shockwaves by ruling out a victory for England in this tournament.
Rightly or wrongly, Junger as a rule has been bracketed as the German counterfoil to Erich Maria Remarque, and for that matter to Wilfred Owen, Siegfried Sassoon, Henri Barbusse and other ideological opponents of the "Great War.
Larkin's poem 'Born Yesterday' otters an interesting counterfoil to Yeats's mood.
The home, the women's particular precinct, the larger social world, and even the political counterfoil are the spaces in which Shamman's character is unfolded: living among Muslims, Hindus, Christians, et cetera, and between Indians and the British, or those midway.
Here Mosaic traditions are shown to be a counterfoil to Second Isaiah's preaching.
Users without RFID systems may use other security seal technologies such as holographic seals or, for increased security, MIKOH's COUNTERFOIL or SubScribe seals.