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On a bond transaction table, an abbreviation indicating that a bond was issued at a deep discount.

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Used in bond transaction tables in newspapers to indentify a bond as a deep-discount bond: WMX dc2s05.
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Da Capo also offered a tempting selection of Greek and Italian starters such as Greek salad, falafel, grilled halloumi, as well as British dishes like blackpudding tower and soup of the day.
da Capo Brass has put together an intriguing debut CD filled with virtuosic performances of varied and well chosen pieces.
The title for the volume Da capo, borrowed from the idiom of music, reflects, then, both the repetition inherent in the medium as Tardieu insists with respect to language, and the repetition inherent in a signatory style expressed in texts whose chronology ranges from the 1920s to the present day.
Da Capo Press has added a forth volume to its Best Music Writing series with the 2003 edition.
Group 'da capo' will perform contemporary folk music, sung by Sheila Blair from the Friarage Hospital, accompanied by friend Kate Harvie, a GP at Skelton.
by David Ritz Da Capo Press, September 2002 $25.00, ISBN 0-306-81088-3
Geoffrey O'Brien, editor in chief of the Library of America, is the author of Hardboiled America (Da capo, 1997) and The Phantom Empire: Movies in the Mind of the Twentieth Century (Norton, 1993).
The Greatest Tap Dance Stars and Their Stories, 1900-1955 (Da Capo, $19.95), a 1990 collection of interviews with notable tappers by Rusty E.
On Saturday, March 16, Da Capo Music Studio in Elburn will host a solo recital to raise money for the Kaneland Blackberry Creek Elementary School Music Department at 6 p.m.
He died the day before 9/11 at age fifty-three, or, as the author tells us, three years younger than the average life expectancy of a Vietnam veteran.In Soldiers Once: My Brother and the Lost Dreams of Americas Veterans (Da Capo Press, 978-0-306-81788-5), Whitney, who has co-authored and ghost-written more than thirty books, reveals how her brothers life had begun to unravel during his three tours in engineering battalions, where he blew up more things than he helped build.
I've often walked past the Da Capo restaurant and made a mental note to pop in and give it a try.
John Coltrane by Bill Cole Da Capo Press, 1993, $14.95 ISBN 0-306-8053-0