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Note

Debt instruments with initial maturities longer than one year and shorter than 10 years.

Note

A debt security with a maturity longer than one year but less than 10 years. Because of many investors' aversion to long-term investments, notes are becoming more prominent benchmarks of the bond market. A prominent example is the 10-year Treasury note.

note

1. A written promise to pay a specific sum of money on a certain date. Also called promissory note.
2. See footnote.

Note.

A note is a debt security that promises to pay interest during the term that the issuer has use of the money, and to repay the principal on or before the maturity date.

For US Treasury securities, a note is an intermediate-term obligation -- as opposed to a short-term bill or a long-term bond -- that matures in two, three, five, or ten years from its issue date.

note

See promissory note.

Note

A document that evidences a debt and a promise to repay.

A mortgage loan transaction always includes a note evidencing the debt, and a mortgage evidencing the lien on the property.

References in classic literature ?
To the note taker] See here: what call have you to know about people what never offered to meddle with you?
THE NOTE TAKER [to himself, hastily making a note of her pronunciation of "monia"] Earlscourt.
THE MOTHER [advancing between her daughter and the note taker] How very curious
All the rest have gone except the note taker, the gentleman, and the flower girl, who sits arranging her basket, and still pitying herself in murmurs.
Giry took the envelope with the twenty notes inside it and made for the door.
Note an interesting incident or two for citation in class.
The student should note specifically in Collins respective elements of classic, pseudo-classic; and romantic spirit, in general and in details.
The reading should include a few of the poems of each poet, and students should note definitely the main characteristics of each, romantic and general.
Note some of the most effective onomatopoeic passages.
He often used to speak of the ecstatic mood in which he wrote "Zarathustra"; how in his walks over hill and dale the ideas would crowd into his mind, and how he would note them down hastily in a note-book from which he would transcribe them on his return, sometimes working till midnight.
In his private notes on the subject the author uses the expression "Superman" (always in the singular, by-the-bye), as signifying "the most thoroughly well-constituted type," as opposed to "modern man"; above all, however, he designates Zarathustra himself as an example of the Superman.
Among the notes of this period, we found a page on which is written the first definite plan of "Thus Spake Zarathustra":--