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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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She drew on research suggesting that glutathione plays a role in immune system function and in keeping mucus at its normal consistency.
On regional scale, the rainfall amounts has shown a mixed pattern with above normal over Punjab and Khaber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and close to normal over Gilgit Baltistan and Sindh.
I'll tell you who has made normal no longer of consequence as a word, or likely as a concept.
MAY Nordic Region - Warmer, except southern Sweden/Finland UK - Warmer than normal Northern Mainland - Colder, except Benelux/northern France Southern Mainland - Colder than normal
Collectively, the investigators implanted the devices in 30 percent of the 254 volunteers who had normal T-wave patterns and in 62 percent of the 514 people with T-wave alternans.
Almost all Japanese women are in the normal weight range and they don't take hormones.
expected to be used or sold over a "reasonable period in the normal course of business"; and (c) the designation of a normal purchase or sale is documented.
Those numbers are even more notable given that the audience for the series premiere of The $treet, a racy heterofest about the sex lives of investment bankers that immediately follows Normal, plummeted by some 5 million viewers.
Strategy: Have the linemen assume normal alignment and cover very quickly to prevent the ball from going into the end zone.
94-9, Determining a Normal Servicing Fee Rate for the Sale of an SBA Loan, addresses determining such a rate in the absence of a major secondary market maker, when applying the consensus in Issue no.
998-1001) studies 83 deaf children of normal intelligence.
WSI expects the upcoming three-month period to be cooler than normal in the Northeast and north and west of a line from San Diego to Minneapolis, with warmer-than-normal temperatures elsewhere.