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Note

Debt instruments with initial maturities longer than one year and shorter than 10 years.

Note

A debt security with a maturity longer than one year but less than 10 years. Because of many investors' aversion to long-term investments, notes are becoming more prominent benchmarks of the bond market. A prominent example is the 10-year Treasury note.

note

1. A written promise to pay a specific sum of money on a certain date. Also called promissory note.
2. See footnote.

Note.

A note is a debt security that promises to pay interest during the term that the issuer has use of the money, and to repay the principal on or before the maturity date.

For US Treasury securities, a note is an intermediate-term obligation -- as opposed to a short-term bill or a long-term bond -- that matures in two, three, five, or ten years from its issue date.

note

See promissory note.

Note

A document that evidences a debt and a promise to repay.

A mortgage loan transaction always includes a note evidencing the debt, and a mortgage evidencing the lien on the property.

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There was a Note attached to it, which cannot fail to enhance its value in the estimation of all right-minded persons who assist the circulation of paper money.
"Note.--Our excellent Moody informs me, my dear aunt, that you have decided (against his advice) on 'refusing to prosecute.' I have not the slightest idea of what he means; but I am very much obliged to him, nevertheless, for reminding me of a circumstance which is of some interest to yourself personally.
He at once wrote a note to my mother and informed her that I had given away all my money, not to Katerina Ivanovna but to Sofya Semyonovna, and referred in a most contemptible way to the .
About five hundred roubles remained on the table and among them three notes of a hundred roubles each.
Note specific cases of pictures, appeals to various senses, and melody.
Note definitely for citation in class passages of strong appeal to the various senses and of beautiful melody and cadence.
Note definitely its main peculiarities in (a) spirit; (b) vocabulary and word forms; (c) grammar and rhetoric.
[The note taker opens his book and holds it steadily under her nose, though the pressure of the mob trying to read it over his shoulders would upset a weaker man].
[To the note taker] Really, sir, if you are a detective, you need not begin protecting me against molestation by young women until I ask you.
At first sight, Richard and Moncharmin thought that the notes were still there; but soon they perceived that they were not the same.
"If she is a confederate," he said, "the notes are gone long ago.
"Oh, Walter, your father never had such a chance as this!" said my mother, when she had read the note of terms and had handed it back to me.