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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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Born in Neath and studying at the Guildhall, Joshua has a truly outstanding tenor voice.
Known for his powerful one-man shows, connecting with audiences through his charm, humor, the strength of his songwriting and a warm tenor voice that "soars into fluttering, high registers, but also grates with real, pleading grit,'' Howie Day always makes any night or day a time to cherish.
Although his tenor voice was strong, he did not enhance his performance of the Flower Song by choosing to sing falsetto at the climax of this aria.
While Klara Ek's clear-asa-bell soprano tones blended effortlessly with Helena Rasker's alto, the hard-working Andrew Staples gamely doubled up as the Evangelist and tenor soloist (the original falling ill), showcasing a handsome tenor voice whose ease and clarity of tone proved perfect for the job of narrator.
But when Britten wrote for the tenor voice, he had Fears' sound and style in his ear.
Luigi, 53, is a legend in Glasgow not just for owning the city's oldest chip shop, opened in 1875, but also for his impressive tenor voice.
HE HAS a fine tenor voice, is a skilled guitar and dulcimer player and has a collection of beautiful songs to sing.
He may not possess his father''s fiery fretboard skills (very few do) but he has an excellent soulful tenor voice which has broad appeal and is quite clearly made to break hearts.
There is the beautiful tenor voice of Walter Hyde singing On Lido Waters and the great Welsh singer David Lloyd enticing Margarita to Come.
His stunning Irish tenor voice adds tremendously to our tribute to men and women who have fought to protect the freedoms of the United States and allies around the world," said concert producer Daniel Schwartz.
Admirers will travel from as far as America and Germany to remember the Italian-American entertainer, who was loved not just for his operatic tenor voice but also his performances in such Hollywood hits as The Great Caruso.
He entered the TV talent show New Faces in 1975 and his tenor voice caught the attention of songwriter Johnny Edward, who had written Save Your Love.