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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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Through the ability to view television programs at a later time or date, VHS video greatly enhanced the freedom of lifestyle for consumers.
VHS videotape, English, 26 minutes, 1996 Catalog No.
In 2013, VHS has been recognized as the exclusive long-term healthy living strategic partner of Mayo Clinic in Greater China.
This will inspire VHS to keep innovating and progressing, and provide globalized technological and service support for efforts in mobile health, hospital chain, and the ageing industry.
The ``Throw Momma'' situation occurred 10 years ago when McDonald's embarked on a marketing campaign involving a VHS movie promotion that also included ``Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,'' a comedy about two con men played by Steve Martin and Michael Caine.
It certainly signifies the end of VHS or being close to the end,'' said independent industry analyst Dennis McAlpine of McAlpine and Associates.
The VHS format will decline naturally with the growth of DVD, but it is far too soon to write its obituary," added Andersen.
In the war between VHS and Betamax, the two competing standards were released into the marketplace at the same time.
VHS reported a breakeven operating margin in fiscal 2005 after negative operating performance in fiscal years 2003 and 2004 and is expecting breakeven operating performance for fiscal 2006.
In its 2003 annual report on the home entertainment industry, released this week, the dealer group's leaders analyzed upcoming challenges and opportunities for the industry in addition to supplying facts and figures on sales and rentals of DVDs, traditional VHS tapes and console video games.
The GV-8050 is an integrated videocassette recording/editing machine capable of copying 8mm tapes to VHS format.