from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The mark or form of words written, printed, or stamped on or across the face of a bond or note, etc.: such as “interest payable in London,” or the like.


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  • Thanks very much, Chase I wonder if could talk to the economics of the daily, what's the total enfacement, when you looking place to achieve break-even and what are the implications beyond you expect to inaudible see more broadly?


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