Host Bond

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Host Bond

A bond with a warrant or other sweetener attached. For example, a convertible bond is a host bond because it includes the option to change the bond to stock. A host bond is also called a package or a back bond.
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She threw the package into the stove, but I bit off a corner of one of the chips I held in my hand, and chewed it tentatively.
He could not, nor, could he, would he have been able to account for its disappearance, for he had been entirely unconscious of the falling of the little package from his pocket into the sea as he clambered over the ship's side into the waiting canoe that bore him to shore.
But if you'll unwrap that package you may see why you had me going a while at first.
The Green Man raised his arms twice, making signs which I did not understand; then, leaving the window, he again took up his package and moved along the gallery towards the landing-place.
Occasionally other trials than those of the Old Bailey would be included in the package of books we received from London; among these my husband found and read with avidity:--
A detailed description of the ordered medicines contain price form - Appendix 2 hereto, divided into 53 packages.
Therefore, SST's new micro-BGA package is an easy drop-in replacement for larger micro-BGA packages without requiring any change to the existing board layout.
tour operator for the Olympics, there are still packages and event tickets available for the Games, which are to be held Sept.
By April 1993, 60 to 70 percent of the packages on German shelves displayed the DSD membership badge - the green dot - and 12,000 companies (many of them with American parents) had signed up.
However, inspectors do not identify questionable pieces of mail only by sight; suspicious packages frequently emit odors of marijuana or of a masking agent, such as perfume, coffee, or fabric-softener sheets.
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