Rundown


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Rundown

A summary of the amount and prices of a serial bond issue that is still available for purchase.

Rundown

In municipal bonds, a list of bonds in a serial issue still available for purchase. The rundown includes the sizes and prices of the relevant bonds.

rundown

A list of available bonds in a municipal issue of serial bonds.
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This is just a small example of the kind of thing British Business Parks does in helping to revitalise and regenerate rundown business sites.
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A RUNDOWN area of Newcastle will be given a green facelift.
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Cunningham (2nd from left) helps commemorate groundbreaking of 140 Bay Street, a $22 million renovation/construction project that represents first efforts to transform an eight-block neighborhood of rundown warehouses and former industrial plants in the heart of downtown Jersey City into a vibrant artists district.
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Every football coach should begin each season with a rundown review of his basic philosophy.