Rundown

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Rundown

A summary of the amount and prices of a serial bond issue that is still available for purchase.

Rundown

In municipal bonds, a list of bonds in a serial issue still available for purchase. The rundown includes the sizes and prices of the relevant bonds.

rundown

A list of available bonds in a municipal issue of serial bonds.
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He said instead of accepting the offer, the PH federal government then asked the state government to settle RM1 billion of its total loans with the PH federal government before any allocation for fixing run-down schools could be made.
I was a janitor in a run-down school while Labour were in power.
It will be responsible for identifying projects--such as historic high streets and public spaces, galleries or concert halls, where investment in the cultural and heritage infrastructure will help bring life back to run-down seaside resorts.
"Partnerships between the rail industry and other interests can revitalise run-down stations and create better transport links."
* Second baseman: first run-down man at first base.
Nigel Roberts, managing director of Paramount Office, said, 'Collaborating with our key suppliers, who are market leaders in their own right, we have taken a tired, ugly, run-down 14,000 sq ft building and turned it into something unique in our industry.
The Catchgate Partnership scheme aims to tackle run-down properties in North Road.
I live in Netherton, where there is an estate which, although being worked on by a housing association, still looks run-down. The residents' only hope is that one day the whole estate can look like the nice parts which have already been done-up without the graffiti of course.
Ostamager (East Amager) is a strange area in which run-down industry is mixed with thriving sailing clubs, the latest of which is the maritime youth centre on Sundby harbour.
Local county councillor John Quigley said: "It would be ridiculous to have a new National Railway Museum served by a run-down station."
Ideally suited for foreign language students as many of the passages are narrated in fluent French (generally with English translation following), this is the story of a love affair--love of a region, its natives, and a run-down house bought by an English family while on holiday in the south of France.
Swathed in translucent, curvy surfaces of polycarbonate in soft, dreamy lime, turquoise, and magenta, the Laban structure has already been named "the rainbow building" and been described as a "jig for joy" in the rather grizzly, run-down part at Deptford Creek that surrounds it.