subscription right

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n subscription right the right of a shareholder in a company to subscribe to shares of a new issue of common stock before it is offered to the public
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Usage

In literature:

Start up your subscription right here, sonny, and we'll all ante up.
"Trent's Trust and Other Stories" by Bret Harte
Every householder or lodger would have a right to ten volumes a month by means of a halfpenny subscription.
"The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Vol. 1 (of 8)" by Guy de Maupassant
They spent what they thought right in the management of my estate, in subscriptions and so forth.
"Lalage's Lovers" by George A. Birmingham
It was in a most filthy condition, a mere cow-house; but we have made a subscription, and set it to rights.
"Loss and Gain" by John Henry Newman
I'm ready to take subscriptions for stock in this new town right now.
"Winning the Wilderness" by Margaret Hill McCarter
I'm going to start a subscription paper right here and now.
"Hepsey Burke" by Frank Noyes Westcott
They will have the right to do so, by the conditions of the subscription.
"The Life Of Thomas Paine, Vol. II. (of II)" by Moncure Daniel Conway
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In news:

Which makes air-conditioners and air cleaners, said that it has set $23.70 as the subscription price for a previously announced rights offering .
Saudi Arabia's Capital Market Authority is allowing subscription rights for share offers to be listed and traded on the Saudi stock market, as it modernizes the market in preparation to permit the entry of foreign investors.
Netflix's video subscription service has trumped pay-TV channels and grabbed the rights to show Disney movies shortly after they finish their runs in theaters.
Once you have registered and signed into NOLA.com, you can edit your profile, upload a user photo, or manage your newsletter subscriptions by clicking "Edit" in the upper right hand side of the screen.
Once you have registered and signed into NOLA.com, you can edit your profile, upload a user photo, or manage your newsletter subscriptions by clicking " Edit " in the upper right hand side of the screen.
Other extras include a headset, a composite cable, and a free 1-month trial subscription to Xbox LIVE Gold, to get you gaming right out of the box.
Consider a giving a book subscription from Just the Right Book, justtherightbook.com, for all ages.
Right-click to copy the "Other podcast clients (RSS)" links and paste that into your podcast software's subscription entry.
You can actually sign up for a subscription that comes right to your door and gives you coupons every month.
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In science:

The need to separate these eventualities by the subscript n, of the number of effective sites to the left (right) of the partition is necessary since configurations with different n’s produce different entanglement entropies.
Entanglement entropy of the random spin-1 Heisenberg chain
Gaussian stochastic source defined by hξx ic = 0 and hξx ξy ic = h ˆTx ˆTy i − h ˆTx ih ˆTy i, where the expectation values on the right hand side are defined in a given state of the field ˆφ and the subscript c on the left hand sides means statistical average, see (3) and (4).
Stochastic semiclassical gravity and fluctuations during inflation
Here we have labelled the states on opposite sides of the shock with the subscripts 0 and 1, without explicitly referring to the left and right states, and these can be interchanged in this description.
Shock-free Solutions of the Compressible Euler Equations
Suppose that interaction ends in finite time T ≫ 1, and use subscripts g and d to denote the constant states on the left and right of the contact after the interaction has completed, respectively, so that ug = ul (T ), etc.
Shock-free Solutions of the Compressible Euler Equations
When those subscripts occur on bosonic-fields, say on ˜LL , it only denotes a particular field and has nothing to do with left-and right-handed fields (which are not defined for bosonic-fields).
A Review of Minimal Supersymmetric Electro-Weak Theory
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