class A


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class A, B, C, D, E, F

A classification applied to fire doors, fire windows, roof coverings, interior finishes, places of assembly, etc., to indicate gradations of fire safety. See fire-endurance, fire-door rating.
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The required subordinated amount for the issuance of class A notes, expressed as a percentage of the adjusted outstanding dollar principal amount of class A notes, is approximately 6.
The class A (2007-1) notes will receive payments of principal and interest pro rata with other class A's outstanding based on the stated principal amount of each outstanding series of notes in that tranche.
The class A (2006-12) notes will receive payments of principal and interest pro rata with other class A's outstanding, based on the stated principal amount of each outstanding series of notes in that tranche.
The class A (2006-11) notes will receive payments of principal and interest pro rata with other class A's outstanding based on the stated principal amount of each outstanding series of notes in that tranche.
The class A (2006-10) notes will receive payments of principal and interest pro rata with other class A's outstanding based on the stated principal amount of each outstanding series of notes in that tranche.
The class A (2006-9) notes will receive payments of principal and interest pro rata with other class A's outstanding based on the stated principal amount of each outstanding series of notes in that tranche.
The class A (2006-8) notes will receive payments of principal and interest pro rata with other class A's outstanding based on the stated principal amount of each outstanding series of notes in that tranche.