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Rump

Usually used in the context of a merger or acquisition. A group of shareholders who refuse to tender their shares for a merger or acquisition. In a merger of Company A and Company B for example, if a sufficient number of Company B shareholders do not tender their shares, the new company will not be able to access the cash flows of Company B.

Rump

In a merger or acquisition, the shareholders who refuse to sell their stock. If the merger or acquisition is successful, the rump becomes powerless; however, refusal to sell can deprive the acquiring company from some of the company's cash flow. This can discourage the acquiring company from completing the merger or acquisition in the first place.
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Rump width: An estimate of 0.380.092 for heritability of rump width was observed in the current study.
The linear score increased with advancement in stage of lactation for body depth angularity rump width and udder depth.
Dishes to choose from include a side of triple cooked chips in beef dripping, and rump steaks with heart-shaped pink peppercorn butter for main.
So even though rump steak won't be quite as tender as sirloin, which results in many to foolishly consider it a lesser cut, it more than makes up for it with a deep, mineral savouriness.
Off the bone, you can choose from 12oz ribeye, 8oz fillet, 8oz sirloin, 8oz rump, 16oz Chapeaubriand to share and an 8oz Australian grain-fed Black Angus ribeye.
Body Condition-Body condition, estimated by rump fat thickness, was compared seasonally for all pigs.
Crude protein content in the rump was also highest (p<0.05) in QG 2, and lowest in QG 1++.
Steak fanatics would give five stars to the succulent medium rare wagyu rump served with two choices of sauces on the sides.
Turn it over and decorate your cupcakes with the rainbow that with the rainbow that sprinkles from its rump. sprinkles from its rump.