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Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying that it is the company's second class of preferred shares.
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Aye, aye, that's the way wi' thee: thee allays makes a peck o' thy own words out o' a pint o' the Bible's.
Nay, Mother," said Seth, "that's no text o' the Bible.
And then the day came back to him when he was a little fellow and used to run by his father's side, proud to be taken out to work, and prouder still to hear his father boasting to his fellow-workmen how "the little chap had an uncommon notion o' carpentering.
It 'ud make a poor balance when my doings are cast up at the last, if my poor old mother stood o' the wrong side.
If a new building had fallen down and he had been told that this was a divine judgment, he would have said, "May be; but the bearing o' the roof and walls wasn't right, else it wouldn't ha' come down"; yet he believed in dreams and prognostics, and to his dying day he bated his breath a little when he told the story of the stroke with the willow wand.
I'll take a mouthful o' oat-cake, and then we'll be off.
He swallers sixpenn'orth o' ale, an' saves a hap'orth o' por-ridge--that's his way o' layin' by money, as I've told him many a time, an' am likely to tell him again afore the day's out.
Walgreens Concentration: Walgreens (BBB/Stable) is O's largest tenant, representing 6.
Tony O's Supermarket and Catering, a single-store independent in North Kingsville, Ohio, held its third annual Holiday Tasting Party last month to expose shoppers to its wealth of scratch-prepared offerings, as well as to raise money for the Kingsville Area Ministerial Association, through which Tony O's helped feed 100 families in need.
with unnecessary or 'decimal' O's (06/04/12 or 04/06/12), c.
Experienced boss Slade has had to contend with a string of injuries, borrowing Town utility man Tom Clarke, ineligible against his * TOM CLARKE: Loaned to O's parent club, to provide cover.
The East Londoners worked hard for their three-point haul and the O's boss left Kenilworth Road a happy man.