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coupon

1. Commerce
a. a detachable part of a ticket or advertisement entitling the holder to a discount, free gift, etc.
b. a detachable slip usable as a commercial order form
c. a voucher given away with certain goods, a certain number of which are exchangeable for goods offered by the manufacturers
2. History a ticket issued to facilitate rationing

Coupon

 

a part of a security—a bond or a stock—that entitles the owner to receive a set return in the form of interest or dividends. The coupon is presented for payment, usually through a bank, to the corporation or government authority that issued the security.

coupon

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(chemical engineering)
Polished metal strip of specified size and weight used to detect the corrosive action of liquid or gas products or to test the efficiency of corrosion-inhibitor additives. Also known as corrosion coupon.
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The content of the coupon or the advertising message is specified by the client- manufacturer.
Although many traditional coupon programs will not qualify, the deduction should be available for certain targeted incentives used as part of special promotions or to build store traffic, such as "frequent buyer" type programs rewarding selected customers with redeemable store credits for future purchases.
Interviewers obtained the following shopping information directly from the shoppers' receipts: the amount spent during shopping, the number of items bought, the cents-off coupon value, and the shelf price of the brand.
Duration incorporates both coupon size and maturity length in approximating the degree to which a bond's market price will be affected by interest rate changes.