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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Residents had complained the area had become rundown over the years and was now a magnet for vandals.
In Britain, the government's New Deal for Communities `laser targets' rundown neighbourhoods.
The Department of Energy already sponsors an exhaustive research program in "bioremediation," a process that uses living organisms to reduce toxic substances (A rundown of the program is available at www.
He spent all his life in New York in rundown cold-water flats and finally in a rundown loft.
He said the Government was planning a pounds 800million scheme to revive Britain's most rundown estates.
Kaye brings editorial chops and local know-how to The Rundown New York.
From now on demolishing old, rundown homes in built-up areas of Bahrain will only be allowed with special permission from the government, a top minister announced.
BOLDON Lad played the Alberta in the South Tyneside Super League and held a slender 3-2 Lead going into the singles rundown.
GE Healthcare has found that some MR systems in India have been modified by service personnel or by equipment users to disable the Magnet Rundown Unit.
Butetown is looking really rundown and needs upgrading badly.
It took three throws before Hernandez finally tagged Maddux, but the rundown left Maddux, well, run down.
BARTLEY Green's rundown shopping parade is to be transformed in a multi-million-pound revamp.