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Tenor

The length of time until a loan is due. For example, a loan is taken out with a two year tenor. After one year passes, the tenor of the loan is one year.

Tenor

The length of time before a loan is due. For example, if a homeowner is 10 years into a 30-year mortgage, the tenor is 20 years.
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The Richard Hind School Choral Club on their way to Stockton Parish Church in 1953 where the Great Tenor Bell was dedicated to them
the tenor bell ringer asked as he picked up the largest bell.
The group of nine ringers included father-and-daughter combination Len and Rachel Mitchell, who together rang the tenor bell - which, at just over four tonnes, was the heaviest.
To show remorse for his crime he gave the tenor bell, known as Black Tom, to the church.
25 ton Great Tenor bell - an important part of the traditional New Year countdown.
Left, Leslie Taylor, Ringing Master of Dublin's Christchurch Cathedral, in the bell tower beside the great tenor bell (to his immediate left) which needed a last-minute replacement for a broken clapper which allowed bell-ringers to herald the New Year
Since August, the tenor bell has chimed on the hour, every hour, day and night.
Baffled visitors to the church watched as the bellringers "played" the piece under the belltower after first being summoned by the lone tolling of a tenor bell.
At the 13th-century abbey, the great tenor bell rang 101 times - once for every year of the great lady's life.