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Currently, the total number of registered shares in the company amounts to 60 000 000 and Troax's holding of its win shares amounts to zero.
Buy-in was $1,500 (about P77,000) and Holzhauer did not reach the top 281 finishers who will win shares of some $2.5 million (about P128 million) in prize money.
He also has the most ( defensive win shares in the league, making him strong at both ends of the floor.
IMImobile currently holds 250,000 Win shares equal to 2.37% of its issued share capital.
The company's quality homegrown car models are expected to continue win shares in different national markets in the targeted area.
Instead, I use win shares, an improved method of measuring player contributions.
Win Shares, a system invented by Bill James that allocates team wins to individual players, lends itself well to studying large pools of players. is offering players the chance to win shares in a potentially high-class beast, bought at the Goff Orby Million Yearling Sales and running this Flat season.
There has been ferocious price cutting in the biscuit market as sector leader United Biscuits battles to win shares ahead of an expected float by its three private equity owners.
Their great hitting (best in the league with 142.1 batting Win Shares) wasn't matched by either their pitching (69.8 pitching Win Shares, sixth in the league) or fielding (31.1 fielding Win Shares, seventh in the league).
On and on it went--and still goes: James' 2002 hook Win Shares may lead to brand new ways of evaluating defensive performance.
Defence firms have pressed home their case to win shares in major new contracts at a meeting with a senior politician.