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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 Tenor bell at Liverpool weighs 82 hundredweight - just over four tons - with Exeter's weighing half a ton less.
For five hours after the doors had been closed to the public, the oak coffin, draped with the Braemar standard, lay atop its catafalque with only a few distant footfalls and the tolling of Westminster Abbey's tenor bell disturbing the hall's tranquillity.
The tenor bell at Westminster Abbey will toll every minute for 101 minutes.
Tenor bell at Westminster Abbey tolls every minute for 101 minutes.
The Abbey's Tenor Bell was being tolled every minute for 101 minutes, echoing the years of the Queen Mother's life.
Churchwarden and bell tower captain John Williams inspects Mold parish church's new tenor bell with the Rev Ian Day Picture: SIMON WARBURTON