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Stray

(1) Not a member of the participating party in the trade at hand; (2) not a meaningful indication of a customer's desire to take a sizable position or be involved in a stock.
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Stray

A random data point or event that has no significant meaning.
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Strayer ultimately chose the latter path and profiled five lesser-known businesses such as Alikay Naturals, a hair care and cosmetics company.
Based on the closing prices of Strayer and Capella common stock on October 27, 2017, the implied equity value of the combined company is approximately USD 1.9bn.
"We're seeing cars with over 120 buttons," Strayer said.
Strayer reports that the infamous Enoch Powell, then a U.K.
The Strayer University website explains the premise behind the scholarship: "We searched for driven people that dreamed of pursuing a college degree, but had to take a detour to overcome obstacles in their life."
Our goal is to position our dealer network as the 'employers of choice.' Our collaboration with Strayer demonstrates our focus on building our dealers' hard-working employees' skillsets to help them perform at an optimal level while also investing in their long-term success.'
The property is a class A suburban office building anchored by Strayer University and global shared office leader, Regus.
Nevertheless, Barry L Strayer manages to do just that in his new book Canada's Constitutional Reform.
Freshwater mussels often occur in dense multispecies beds in aquatic ecosystems performing important functional roles such as removing suspended organic matter, moving sediments, and providing habitat for other animals (Strayer et al., 1997; Vaughn and Hakencamp, 2001).
It sends the message that the others are acceptable." Seppa notes, though, that not all distractions are equal: "Listening to the radio degrades driving skills less than conversation does, researcher David Strayer and his team found recently.
26, 2013, my friend John Strayer and I were inside the cramped Plexiglas bubble of an ancient Hiller HU12B helicopter, hunting feral hogs over Okeechobee, Fla..
In order to accomplish the sight modifications, Neil reached out to Sandy Strayer, of Strayer/Voight, and asked him to supply a slide without top machining done.