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Tontine

Describing any investment jointly held by two or more persons in which, when one investor dies, his/her share is reapportioned among the surviving investors. For example, if there are three persons who own a tontine company equally, and one of them dies, the surviving partners then divide the company 50-50. See also: Last survivor annuity.
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In addition, the Group's "Tontine Red Ice Wine 2016" won a bronze medal for the 13th G100 International Wine & Spirits Competition, marking the Group as the sole awarded enterprise in Tonghua.
Instead of the Mack, students were asked to work in Tontine building, above, in Glasgow's Trongate where, they claim, heating, toilets and lights did not work for much of their year-long postgrad course
"It's hard to believe that Woodstock was almost 50 years ago!" exclaimed Rubin, "For those of us who remember those days, the first thing we'd say is how much we still are those same wild and crazy people no matter how many years have passed." While the characters are all in their older years, The Woodstock Tontine will appeal to audiences of all ages and backgrounds.
Were firm believers that promoting and building digital skills creates opportunities for the wider economy, and having CityFibre in the Tontine providing us with the best connectivity is exactly what businesses like ours need.
Both a sticky toffee pudding and a lemon posset (another Tontine memory) were without flaw, especially the latter.
merlin biz We enjoyed three courses paired with artisanal beers, created by top chef Wim Dejonghe, who will also bring a taste of Belgian gastronomy to Tontine Lane.
SOLVING THE TECHNICAL PROBLEMS OF CREATING A TONTINE
The Tontine, on the A19 in Teesside between Stokesley and Northallerton, has been a part of the North-East dining scene for many years.
Day now became a regular rider of the Grafton horses and he was aboard when Turquoise, a half-sister to Tontine, and Oxygen - a daughter of Whizgig - notched the last two Classic triumphs for the scarlet livery in the Oaks of 1828 and 1831 respectively.
A tontine gave each participant income for life, with the payments increasing to the survivors as the other participants passed away.
Pacific Brands is a major Australian company marketing everyday essential products such as Berlei, Bonds, Clark's, the children's shoes, Dunlop, Everlast, Grosby, Holeproof, Hush Puppies, King Gee, Malvern Star, Sheridan, Slazenger, Sleepmaker and Tontine.