Victory Bond

Victory Bond

A bond issued by the British and Canadian governments in the early 20th century, used to finance their involvement in World War I.
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EDIT VICTORY BOND (2.05) can make his class tell in the Lincoln Trial at Wolverhampton.
The ITV4 cameras are also, for the only time this year, at Wolverhampton, where the Lincoln Trial sees the return of last year's Easter Classic winner Victory Bond, while the 113-rated Oh This Is Us heads the market for the Listed Lady Wulfruna Stakes.
EASTER CLASSIC winner Victory Bond can make his first trip to Kempton a successful one in the Listed British Stallion Studs EBF Hyde Stakes.
VICTORY BOND is fancied to gain revenge on lasttime-out conqueror Utmost and lift the Betway Easter Classic (4.40) on the All-Weather Championships card at Lingfield.
LINGFIELD: 12.50 El Borracho, 1.25 Jack Bear, 2.00 Kachy, 2.35 You're Cool, 3.05 Victory Bond, 3.40 Yamuna River, 4.15 Gin And Tonic.
If I had to pick one it would probably be Willie Haggas' Victory Bond at around 14/1.
The participation of Mennonite congregations in the Victory Bond drive was a central concern to the censors.
While waiting, there was a Victory Bond drive being held in Canada.
Besides nationally orchestrated propaganda, namely for Victory Bond campaigns, Perrun shows how grassroots efforts mobilized thousands of volunteers and produced remarkable results, as Winnipeg consistently, and significantly, exceeded average per capita funds raised across Canada.
The government backs a bond, like a Victory Bond or a Canada Savings Bond, the public buys them and the money is deployed as low-cost debt for renewable energy infrastructure.
Green America first offered up the new spin on the Victory Bond idea in 2009 as something people on both sides of the political spectrum could get behind.
After his comfortable victory Bond said: "I seem to be in a winning bubble at the moment.