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Stub

Often used in risk arbitrage. Piece of equity security left over from a major cash or security distribution from a recapitalization.
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Stub

1. See: Stub stock.

2. See: Check stub.
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Sergeant Casburn (Jason Ezzell) allows the dog, christened Stubby because of its tail, to stay as the regiment's mascot and Conroy trains his four-legged companion to salute.
When the regiment ships out to France, Stubby proves to be much more than that, sniffing out wounded soldiers in the field and warning American troops -- and French villagers -- of an impending mustard-gas attack.
Clinical features include short stature; frontal and parietal bossing of the facial bone, hypoplasia and irregular jaw, grooved palate, short and stubby hand with coarse skin, prominent eyes with mild bluish sclera, dysplastic nails and beaked nose (Fig.
But, on top of that, the stubby squid did not have chromatophores, cells that allow it to change colour, as members of its species do, Mr Vecchione said.
According to Cephalopod page, this squid grows up to 6 centimeters long, and both male and female Stubby squids live up to a few years and pass away after mating.
"After many, many tests we found that the hummingbird's wings make a vortex that helps the flight thanks to its stubby wings.
Next, we do a quick drawing using the side of the stubby oil pastels to fill in the form of the model.
The supportive friendship between Maddie and Stubby, and whether they or their friendship will survive, is engrossing.
A particular favourite for this reviewer was the story of Stubby, an American dog who ended up in France in 1918.
The dog is an allusion to the war dog, Sergeant Stubby, a hero in American newspapers during and after the war.
But apples that fruit on spurs (short, stubby growths), should be cut back to five or six buds.
Also, is it true that some dogs may go after dogs with stubby tails because the tail is a sign of friendliness?