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F

Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying that the issue is a foreign company.
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F

A symbol appearing next to a stock listed on NASDAQ indicating that the stock belongs to a foreign company. All NASDAQ listings use a four-letter abbreviation; if an F follows the abbreviation, this indicates that the security being traded represents a foreign company.
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f

1. Used in bond transaction tables in newspapers to indicate a bond that trades flat: Datpnt 8 7/8 06f.
2. Used in mutual fund transaction tables in newspapers to indicate that the price quotation is derived from the previous day's trading: Gro Inc f.
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Section 2 derives the explicit equations of Fourier spectrum, envelope spectrum, and the Fourier spectrum of instantaneous frequency in the resonance frequency region, respectively.
The introgression QTL frequency of the original marker allele frequency 0.5/0.5 was relatively low, other original marker allele frequencies were relatively close.
TE obtained 5 MHz of frequencies out of 15 MHz in the 900 MHz frequency band, and the remaining frequencies were on the 2,100 MHz frequency band.
Illegal use of frequency spectrum may lead to imprisonment up to three (3) years or fine up to ten (10) million Rupees or both.
Referring back to the oscilloscope FFT measurement in Figure 1, notice the main single frequency spike with a related measurement marker showing around a 600-MHz frequency and 0-dBm power.
In 2014, acquiring a frequency assignment--the federal equivalent to a frequency license "took approximately 10,000,000 seconds (more than three months).
With frequency bands available for Programme Making and Special Events (PMSE) devices now a scarce resource, planning spectrum allocation is no easy task.
And they do so at a much lower frequency -- typically in the 50 spikes-per-second range.
Many informed opinions have been rendered concerning the correlation between the unemployment rate and insurance costs, including claim frequency. Insurance professionals hold particularly strong opinions about the effect of layoffs on workers' compensation claim frequency, arguing both for and against a positive effect.
Thus, they said, the acquisition of the frequency "is undeniably anti-competitive and, worse, unconstitutional since the same is a combination 'in restraint of trade or unfair competition' proscribed by Section 19, Article XII of the Constitution," it stressed.
Under HB 8134, which Cua filed last August, the government would impose hefty fees on users and holders of frequency bands nationwide.