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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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209] He regards the video cassette recorder case as not fitting the radically inapt category.
Then there is a top-of-the-range JVC video cassette recorder on which Wanda can watch her favourite film, the most unscholarly Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.
When set in motion, the furniture barely shifts, cabinets remain closed, and a computer, television and video cassette recorder move slightly.
The world's most bitter hi-tech rivals have done the unthinkable - teamed up to market a super disc that could be the death knell of the video cassette recorder.
The Personal Digital Recorder works like a traditional Video Cassette Recorder (VCR) without tapes and includes advanced features such as the ability to 'pause live TV' in case of phone calls or other interruptions.
VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDERS THEY long outlived their Betamax rival but the days of VCRs are now numbered after the last company in the UK still making them said it is ending production.
s a colo CASSET o riv no com VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDERS THEY long outlived their Betamax rival but the days of VCRs are now numbered after the last company in the UK still making them said it is ending production.
The last manufacturer of video cassette recorders will stop production at the end of this month.
Slingbox (starts at $180; apps for Apple, Android and Windows phones and tablets are $15 each, free through on personal computers): Video cassette recorders and digital video recorders give us the gift of time shifting.
Even in this digital age, there are still millions of homes that have kept and still regularly use their old video cassette recorders and record players.
Besides, television sets, video cassette recorders, radio sets and other electronic appliances were also seized which were under the use of the prisoners.
That compares to 18 years for personal computers and color TV, 15 years for cell phones and 14 years for video cassette recorders.