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Secured Lease Obligation Bond

A debt security that is secured by a lease on an asset. That is, the revenue the issuer obtains from the lease guarantees payment on the bond. It is important to note that only the lease (or a lease coupled with a lien on the asset) secures the bond. This is a common financing tool for electric companies building power stations.
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Bullock plays the frosty FBI agent while Melissa is the slobby rebel cop.
"I've been away for a week and I'm at the point where I just want to stick on my slobby clothes, lie on the couch and put the world to rights with my mates.
We're not all built like Dolph Lundgren or Arnold Schwarzenegger - we're British and we can be slobby.
But make sure the fabrics you choose say sporty not slobby. What could be more comfortable, yet fashionably trendy, than slouchy T-shirts, like this contrast sleeve baseball top, pounds 9.99 from Internacionale, right, matched with a baseball-style jacket, like this La Redoute sporty multifabric jacket, pounds 39, below left.
Your dress could have looked great, but paired with slobby, fringed UGG boots and an ethnic bag it's a style reference too far.
THE SITTER (15) Cineworld, Showcase & VUE - When unemployed, slobby layabout Noah Jaybird (Jonah Hill) agrees to babysit for the attractive Mrs Pedulla (Erin Daniels), he finds himself stuck with the worst kids on the planet.
Although Whittaker is a surprise casting for the slobby best friend part and in the book is much admired, the actress is trying not to be weighed down by people's expectations.
Best known for playing slobby taxi driver Les Battersby on Coronation Street, Bruce Jones is arguably the husband-from-hell.
The Aqua Teens (a moniker that, like much else here, has no practical explanation) live in a dumpy New Jersey house next to slobby human Carl (Willis), who's forever irked by their intrusions into his lowbrow lifestyle.
It's not long before Joanne, teamed up with fellow new arrivals slobby self-help author Bobbi (Bette Midler chewing scenery) and effeminate gay caricature Roger (Roger Bart), has uncovered the secret and, feeling inadequate in his unhappy marriage, Walter is being approached by Claire's other half, Mike (Christopher Walken doing Christopher Walken, again) to join the others in giving his wife a Stepford makeover.
``They all think British people look scruffy and slobby, and that really made me change my attitude to dressing.