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Variable Coupon Renewable Note

A debt security that matures every week with the principal automatically reinvested at a new interest rate. This process continues until the holder of the note asks the principal not to be reinvested. The interest rate is generally linked to the rate on a Treasury bill. It is also called a VCR note.

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Timesaving goods and services, such as telephone answering machines and eating meals away from home, were extremely popular, as were entertainment-related goods and services, such as videocassette recorders and cable television.
Macrovision's technology enables consumers to view programs but prevents unauthorized recording of copy-protected content via videocassette recorders, hard drive recorders (DVRs), DVD recorders and compliant home media center PCs.
Gang graffiti was left after the first two, and a former student was arrested over Thanksgiving on suspicion of stealing televisions and videocassette recorders.
The beleaguered maker of audio equipment and videocassette recorders stood at 1 yen, unchanged from the previous day.
Mitchell is a federal statute which provides financial assistance to all nonpublic schools in the form of instructional equipment, which can include computers, printers, library books, maps, filmstrip projectors, videocassette recorders, overhead projectors, and sound recordings.
Most Motion Picture Association of America studios and leading independent rights owners have consistently utilized Macrovision's copy protection technologies since videocassette recorders were introduced in the mid-1980s.
Just three hours after Duberstein heard reports of the attacks, he reserved two coach buses - equipped with TVs and videocassette recorders - and services of six drivers to bring the kids back home.
The DVD recorder market is expanding rapidly in Japan as consumers switch to them from videocassette recorders.
small home appliances (toasters, blenders); entertainment and visual equipment (televisions, videocassette recorders, stereo equipment, cameras, video game players, etc.
The Real View system is unique in that it enables users to colorfully display information, entertainment, sports and advertising on a large screen from a variety of sources, including video cameras, videocassette recorders and video laser disc players.
Often compared to videocassette recorders (VCRs), DVRs and VCRs do have similar functions - recording and playback.
Go-Video Dual-Deck VCRs are the only videocassette recorders that can easily copy any videotape.