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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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The average annual expenditure for videocassette recorders and video disc players peaked at $53 in 1985 for all consumer units.
United Audio's top-of-the-line vignette offers a Mitsubishi videocassette recorder and 40-inch direct-view TV, Yamaha receiver, Denon CD changer, Pioneer laserdisc player and Klipsch five-speaker system.
The magnetic head-cleaning tape is double-coated to clean the tape path (audio, video, control and erasure heads as well as guides and pins) in any full-size videocassette recorder as well as in camcorders.
Such user-friendly, high-tech products as Sharp Electronics' new videocassette recorder that talks users through the difficult task of programming it, can provide psychological comfort.
"Remember when cheap videocassette recorders first appeared en masse about a decade or two ago?
Broadcasters and studios fought the videocassette recorders when they were introduced in the 1970s, all the way to the U.S.
He said the service wasn't that different than what viewers did with videocassette recorders a generation ago.
Under the new law, the list of items required to be recycled is expanded to include keyboards, portable music devices, scanners, videocassette recorders, video game consoles and similar devices.
By 1980-81 video was the buzz word as millions of us bought, or more likely in those days, rented videocassette recorders - VCRs.
to purchase cable television services, to rent or purchase videocassettes, videocassette recorders, or other audiovisual or electronic equipment used primarily for recreational purposes [in federal prisons]."
Victor, a pioneer of VHS-format videocassette recorders, better known overseas as JVC, and Kenwood have negotiated on the plan with Matsushita which holds a 52.4 percent stake in JVC, the sources said.
of Japan, a pioneer of VHS-format videocassette recorders, from 8:20 a.m.