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Not Reoffered

The issue or a portion of an issue that already has a buyer or buyers and, for that reason, is not reoffered to the public by underwriters. For example, an investor may purchase a large number of bonds with the stated intent to hold them until maturity. This investor would have no interest in offering them on the secondary market. The underwriter selling the bonds then may indicate that this purchase is "not reoffered," which may or may not affect prices for the remainder of the issue. The MSRB's Rule G-32 requires underwriters to disclose price spreads, including on portions of an issue that are not reoffered. See also: Private placement.

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Both Bond and Feinstein have Boeing interests in their states that would be directly involved in any NRO venture.
Within the NRO, it is the responsibility of the DDMS to ensure NRO capabilities provide improved support to combatant commanders, military services, and the National community.
In 1994, the NRO was found to have secretly and illegally spent $300 million on an office complex in Fairfax County, Virginia.
Early last year the amount of the NRO overrun was reported at about $1 billion.
The NRO had specific requirements and the Company's Explorer product development work, undertaken in the past year, positioned Globecomm for success in this competitive procurement.
The report contains the position of NRO cases within and outside the country, and also the replies to the questions raised by the court on its last hearing held on September 27, The Nation reported.
Democracy: "The NRO, therefore did lead to national reconciliation which benefited the whole country by bringing a stable and mature democracy," the reply said.
Now I recognize that this is an unclassified event, so I will not discuss any specific activity or program at the NRO.
As the United States' "eyes and ears" hundreds of miles overhead through the darkest days of the Cold War and beyond, NRO satellites have logged more than 40 years of distinguished service to the nation.
A B-reg plate, B10 NRO, is the only one Tommy can put on his own D-reg Rover 314 - the others would make his car appear newer.
Our most recent teaming was for the launch of an NRO payload on our Atlas III vehicle on Feb.
shall be eligible to transfer funds from NRO account to NRE account from within the overall ceiling of $1 million per financial year subject to payment of tax," RBI said in a notification.