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Fifth letter in a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying that the issue is the company's third class of preferred shares.

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Used in stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate a new stock that has been listed within the past 52 weeks. The high and low prices are for a period of less than a year: WeinR n.
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Near normal rainfall conditions in most parts of northern Luzon and Mindanao are expected by May.
26: will travel from Liverpool ONE Bus Station via Hanover Street, Ranelagh Street, Great Charlotte Street, Elliot Street, Lime Street, Commutation Row, Islington, St Anne Street, then as normal route to Liverpool ONE Bus Station (omitting James Street, Lord Street, Victoria Street and Hunter Street).
If I count my work from school magazines in Ghana, I have worked as an editor for thirty years, but in every week of those years I have encountered new variations of normal. Particularly memorable was an incident when I was working in-residence at California State University, Los Angeles.
For the month of April, PMD has predicted that rainfall is likely to remain below normal. Temperature is likely to be 1AdegC above normal in lower parts and 0.5AdegC in upper parts while the month will remain hotter than normal.
Dry spells may also occur in areas with increased likelihood of above normal to normal rainfall."However, parts of the region that have been having drought conditions and persistence of depressed rainfall would have a far-reaching implication," the director said.
SIR - The history of Bangor Normal College and the recollections of its students are celebrated in a new book Back to Normal, to be launched on the evening of September 5.
Bloomington, IL, April 25, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Normal Gadgets, the cellphone-smartphone-tablet repair shop based in Bloomington, has donated 22 cleaned & refurbished call phones to CDV/Neville House.
(a) Normal is based on calculations of data from 1971 through 2000.
If k populations [[OMEGA].sub.1], [[OMEGA].sub.2], ..., [[OMEGA].sub.k] obey p--dimensional normal distribution, and the probability density function can be expressed as