One in the fourth or final year of his collegiate course at an American college; -- originally called senior sophister; also, one in the last year of the course at a professional schools or at a seminary.
A rabbit 6 months of age or over in those breeds having 4 showroom classes. A rabbit 8 months of age or over in breeds having 6 showroom classes. An animal having reached minimum senior breed weight, if allowed in the breed standard.
A show class term referring to rabbits that fulfill the weight requirements of the breed and that are: 6 months of age and older in those breeds having two show classes (Junior and Senior) or 8 months of age and older in those breeds having three show classes (Junior, Intermediate, and Senior).
This term describes the largest producers in the mining sector. They are often diversified but do not necessarily have strong balance sheets or even particularly strong management. As a rule, they have less potential for juniors and exploration companies but are also a more certain play on the metals markets. In valuing these companies other issues often come into play such as the extent to which they have "hedged" their production. We make it our business to know and understand the implications of techniques like these.