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drawdown

where the provisions of a loan agreement provide for the amount of the loan to be advanced in tranches (rather than as one single advance) the process through which this is achieved is drawdown, with the relevant provisions governing the process known as drawdown clauses.
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Drawdowns in the first 10 months of 2017 averaged about $4.
and operations; yet, considering aspects of drawdowns in a vacuum
Households new drawdowns of housing loans amounted in August 2016 to EUR 1.
While the Army did field new platforms such as the [mine-resistant ambush protected vehicle], Stryker and Gray Eagle, it did not complete the large-scale procurement of new weapon systems as in previous drawdowns," he said.
Some investors will be lucky enough to time a market drawdown well, but most will likely not.
Final results from that drawdown were not immediately available, Taylor said.
In profile extrusion, drawdown is the percentage differential between the dimensions of the die as designed vs.
This caused a reduced area of the DSC cold crystallization peak at higher drawdowns.
The county increased the property tax rate in fiscal 2007 for the first time in 11 years, but even with the 5% increase, officials expect another drawdown of $17.
Twenty-four civilian historians and military professionals recently offered such a perspective by focusing on previous drawdowns over the span of American history.
As expected, balanced operations returned in fiscal 2005 following two consecutive years of drawdowns, and the recently strengthened fund balance policy should help the town preserve its fiscal equilibrium and further solidify its reserve levels.