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Notch

Slang; in bond trading, a small increase or decrease in a bond rating. For example, if a rating goes from AAA to AA+, it is said to decline by a notch.
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And he is quietly confident he can impress against top notchers like double Olympic medallist Newton and Malcolm Elliott, the evergreen former Tour of Spain points winner from Sheffield.
IF Tony Fitzpatrick ever needs inspiration, he need only glance at our list of tot notchers who prove that if you're good enough, you're old enough:Steven BOY ACK WEAN Rooney (Hearts) (Everton) Kieron DIAPER BRAT Nevin (Newcastle Utd) (ex-Chelsea) CRYAN Giggs Lee MILKY (Manchester Utd) Didier DOMI (Dundee) (Leeds)Brian FAIRBAIRN COT Booth (East Fife) (Aberdeen)Walter KIDD Chris TODDLE (ex-Hearts) (ex-Spurs) COLIC Hendry (ex-Blackburn)Manager: David Moyes ``R'' Us
Its Automatic Notchvis Plus utilizes a special cutting motion that reportedly reduces the friction and induced stress generated by traditional rotary notchers.
Na Fianna, top notchers in Leinster, boast the talents of Dubs captain Dessie Farrell alongside fellow county stars Mick Galvin and Jason Sherlock.
The 18-year-old emigrated to Brisbane with his family 15 months ago and swiftly set about beating a string of top notchers to win the national junior welterweight and state titles, along with helping South Australia beat West Australia in a team match in Perth.
Shinty rather than football is the big game here but we have produced some top notchers.