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maturing

The aging and/or proper hardening of a material, e.g., mortar, plaster, concrete, etc.
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Among the six major regions of the United States, the Northeast has the greatest amount of loans maturing between 2014 and 2017, at almost $100 billion.
Net proceeds will be used for general corporate purposes, to repay borrowings under the company's revolving credit facility, refund the USD60m total series I senior notes maturing in June 2012 and make new portfolio investments.
BEIRUT: Lebanon is seeking to refinance in November around $2 billion of debt maturing next year, banking sources said Thursday.
27% High-Yield California Baptist Foundation church bonds One maturing in 2007 yielding 6.
The current issue of the Guaranteed Investment ISA, which closes on April 17, will be available to both new ISA savers and those with Tessas maturing this year.
A healthy maturing process is one by which we separate from all dependence on external authority and achieve genuine authenticity as autonomous human beings.
There are those among us who hate the maturing city of Thousand Oaks.
1,465,000 Series 2012 maturing on 7/1/2018 'Asf', Outlook Stable;
Summary: BEIRUT: Lebanon hired Credit Suisse Group AG and Bank of Beirut SAL to help sell $700 million of Eurobonds to refinance debt maturing this month, the Lebanese lender said on its website.