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Variable Coupon Renewable Note

A debt security that matures every week with the principal automatically reinvested at a new interest rate. This process continues until the holder of the note asks the principal not to be reinvested. The interest rate is generally linked to the rate on a Treasury bill. It is also called a VCR note.

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Their superior picture and sound quality soon attracted VCR owners tired of tapes being "chewed", jumping and taking an age to rewind or fast forward.
It clearly shows that the consumers still like their VCRs and they want something to play on them like their favorite movies,'' he said.
A hi-fi VCR may cost more, but you'll get clearer sound quality, especially if you're looking for the most realistic sound.
If a plan is eligible under the VCR program, it is generally not eligible under the voluntary CAP program.
So, no, you can not have a John Doe VCR submission.
Refer to Exhibit A for a schematic of Macrovision's IPPS in a digital VCR environment.
Sullivan said the initial response to the new 8mm/VHS VCR has been enthusiastic.
Home Electronics Division markets a variety of consumer electronics including rear projection high definition television monitors in both 16:9 and 4:3 configurations, plasma televisions, analog rear projection televisions, direct view televisions, DVD players, DVD camcorders and VCRs, as well as security and observation system products.
Terren Dunlap, chairman and chief executive of Go- Video, "the new funding will allow us to purchase additional Dual-Deck VCR units from Samsung Electronics, our Korean-based manufacturer.
Having achieved modest profitability in only three years since the first introduction of the Dual-Deck VCR reaches our short-term strategic expectation.
In the United States, Funai markets the consumer electronic brands of Sylvania, Symphonic, Funai and Emerson and is the manufacturer of one out of every three VCRs sold, one out of every two TV/VCR Combinations and TV/DVD/VCR Combinations sold, and one out of every five DVD players sold.
patents for America's only Dual- Deck(TM) VCR, entered into an agreement with Samsung Electronics for production of America's first and only 8mm/VHS Dual-Deck VCR to be delivered in 1994.