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split

(split),
1. To cleave or break.
2. Any condition involving cleavage or bifurcation.

split

(splĭt) [D. splitten, to divide]
1. A longitudinal fissure.
2. Characterized by a deep fissure.

split

divided.

split estrus
occurs in bitches, especially during the first heat. Early signs do not proceed and the bitch is not mated but comes on heat 6 weeks later but is likely to be infertile. Occurs sporadically also in most other species.
split fats
fats which have been split into fatty acids and glycerol by digestion. A preponderance of split fats over neutral fats in the feces suggests that the supply of lipase is adequate and that any steatorrhea that is present is probably due to malabsorption rather than maldigestion.
split genes
genes which contain coding segments (exons) interrupted by non-coding segments (introns); found in eukaryotes but not in prokaryotes.
split hand deformity
split tongue
may be congenital or the result of injury to the tongue.
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declared a five-for-four stock split in the fourth quarter last year, the stock dividend increased by just 25%.
No fractional shares will be issued in connection with the reverse stock split.
The Company is implementing the reverse stock split in order to meet the Nasdaq Capital Market's $1.
Hannah, Chief Executive Officer of Reliance, said, "We are pleased to announce our first two-for-one stock split since our IPO in 1994.
Following the Reverse Stock Split, Asconi anticipates that its shares of Common Stock will continue to be traded on the Pink Sheets Electric Quotation Service under the current symbol "ASCD.
As a result of the approval of the reverse stock split proposal, (i) each shareholder holding fewer than 50,000 shares of Celtic's common stock prior to the reverse stock split now owns "Scrip" rather than a fractional share and is no longer a Celtic shareholder; (ii) each shareholder holding greater than 50,000 shares of Celtic's common stock now owns one share of Celtic common stock for every 50,000 shares they owned prior to the reverse split and now own Scrip for each share that would otherwise be converted into a fractional share as a result of the reverse stock split.
The company will file a revised preliminary proxy statement for its April 18, 2006 annual meeting containing important information regarding a proposed reverse stock split at a one for thirty-five (1:35) ratio.
A definitive proxy statement containing important information regarding the proposed reverse stock split will be mailed to all stockholders on or about June 21, 2006.
This reverse stock split is part of PTC's program to improve its equity structure and bring the Company's total shares outstanding in line with software peers of similar size.
If the reverse stock split is approved, (i) each shareholder holding fewer than 50,000 shares of Celtic's common stock prior to the reverse stock split will receive "Scrip" rather than a fractional share and will cease to be a Celtic shareholder; (ii) each shareholder holding greater than 50,000 shares of Celtic's common stock will receive one share of Celtic common stock for every 50,000 shares they own prior to the reverse split and will receive Scrip for each share that would otherwise be converted into a fractional share as a result of the reverse stock split.
Such reverse stock split affects all outstanding shares held as of the close of trading on Tuesday, January 31, 2006, and Alloy's common stock will begin trading as adjusted for the reverse stock split today, Wednesday, February 1, 2006.
The reverse stock split will be effective on February 28, 2006, when PTC's common stock will begin trading at the split-adjusted level.