maturity

(redirected from Comes Due)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Financial, Wikipedia.

maturity

[mə′chu̇r·əd·ē]
(geology)
The second stage of the erosion cycle in the topographic development of a landscape or region characterized by numerous and closely spaced mature streams, reduction of level surfaces to slopes, large well-defined drainage systems, and the absence of swamps or lakes on the uplands. Also known as topographic maturity.
A stage in the development of a shore or coast that begins with the attainment of a profile of equilibrium.
The extent to which the texture and composition of a clastic sediment approach the ultimate end product.
The stage of stream development at which maximum vigor and efficiency has been reached.

maturity

A measure of the developing of strength in concrete; combines the effects of curing temperature and time of hydration.
References in periodicals archive ?
The company faces somewhat larger maturities in 2006 when $605 million in debt comes due.
Boyd's next maturity does not occur until 2009 when the revolver comes due, and average maturities on fixed notes have been extended to 2012 (versus 2006 at fiscal year-end 2003).
Upcoming debt maturities are minimal through 2008, when $275 million comes due.
While $32 million of nonrecourse debt related to an aircraft leveraged lease agreement comes due in July 2005, AAR has indicated that a failure to renegotiate the associated aircraft lease would result in a return of the aircraft to the debtholder and a write-down of approximately $2.
Approximately 87% of debt is fixed, and less than $500 million in debt comes due within one to three years.