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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mature.


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  • Yes, I mean in recent years our debt reduction was focused primarily on paying down our credit facilities, but we also have the stability to consider opportunistic repurchases of long-term matures, either through open market purchases or private transactions and that's something that we have disclosed in our SEC filings. The Ad-Free Personal Finance Blogs Aggregator

  • And what happens when the technological development "matures" - exactly how do they plan to catch up in terms of patent protection?

    Archive 2005-03-01

  • When the bond's time is up-when it "matures"-Treasury gives the investor the face value of the bond back in cash.

    Slate Magazine

  • Likewise, your CD rate could shrink once it matures, which is why you shouldn't allow automatic renewal of a CD until you've checked out the bank's new interest rate. News

  • The Term Loan matures in June 2012 and currently has $250 million outstanding.

  • As your skin matures, which is a natural process, it starts developing certain features such as wrinkles, age spots or uneven tone among others.


  • I think that it's OK if the dream changes through life, too - "matures" or "refines" might be better words.

    lumiere - French Word-A-Day

  • The facility "matures" on December 31, 2003, he said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The Government gives investors the opportunity to deposit money in a bond and pays out a set interest rate every year until the bond closes or 'matures' when it reaches an agreed date.

    This is Money | Home

  • After five days, the milk "matures" and contains just 50-100 cells per ml.

    Medindia Health News


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