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Amount of One per Period

The interest that a $1 deposit accumulates as it compounds over time. This is often used as an example to demonstrate the power of compounding.
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Additionally, the company's Board of Directors declared a special cash dividend in the amount of $1.
The royalty can be repurchased at anytime for an amount of $1 million.
The company also added that it has told the bank to make the profit payment to all sukuk holders on the due date of June 15, 2015 against the sukuk issued amount of $1.
Clifford Chance advised DP World Limited as the issuer in connection with its debut issuance of a convertible bond in principle amount of $1 billion, exchangeable into shares in DP World Limited, with a coupon of 1.
Requirements include the following minimums: product liability in the amount of $3 million; commercial general liability (not including product liability) in the amount of $8 million; employee dishonesty coverage in favor of NBTY in the amount of $1 'million; errors and omissions.
The rider was previously available only on policies carrying a face amount of $1 million or greater.
Craig Bjornsund, senior vice president and managing director of North-Marq's New York Metro Regional office, arranged first mortgage financing in the amount of $1 million for 351 West Broadway, New York.
He added, "Paris Club creditors also expressed their intention to grant additional debt relief of 100% on a bilateral basis for an amount of $1.
Lutherans already have their required amount of $1 million, while the diocese, which has only half of the amount, has launched a campaign to raise its share and to increase the total capital of its church extension fund by $2.
The lease agreement stated that Y will provide X with a construction allowance in the amount of $1 million for the retail space; it also provides that, to the extent the $1 million construction allowance is spent on qualified long-term real property, it is for the purpose of constructing or improving qualified long-term real property for use in X's business at the retail space located at Y's shopping center.
For that, they are given a token amount of $1 per year (about 76 cents after taxes) to meet the state legal mandate of duty-sworn and compensated peace officers,'' Parker says.
Madison National Bank was permitted access to the discount window for adjustment credit on January 22, 1991, in the amount of $1 million and the loan was increased to $3.