the term residual claim refers to a shareholder’s right to?

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    The right of a shareholder or some other party to the profit of a company after all prior obligations have been paid. Residual claims are perhaps most important in the event of the company's liquidation. Residual claims are also called equity claims.

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  • I have no problem with it at all as it serves to differentiate the Northern European-based Reconstructionists from other Pagan groups. Absolutely, the DICTIONARY definition includes other Pagans, but if the definition of Lesbian can be not just a woman who is Տҽ×ually interested in other women, but also a native of the Greek island of Lesbos, the Heathens can certainly use the term as an exclusive designation the way the Greeks do. I do not practice Heathenry, but Hellenismos. This IS a different religion and although we both fall under the overall "Pagan" umbrella that does not mean we should use the same name. The Westboro Baptists and the Greek Orthodox fall under the same general "Christian" umbrella, but doctrinally are almost 180° apart....... I have been aware for a long time. I don't see why it would bother me more than people who have no idea about our Gods telling me that Hestia and Aphrodite are simply "aspects of one goddess"

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    "pagan" comes from greek and means the peasants who live out in the country and follow the old ways. "heathen" comes from Germanic and refers to the peasants who live out 'on the heath' (ie. in the country) and follow the old ways. Using 'heathen' instead of 'pagan' lets one know that the 'old way' that they follow is one of Northern European flavour.

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