maturity

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Synonyms for maturity

the date on which an obligation must be repaid

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Nobody else seems to have any novel ideas on how to end this total abuse and neglect of the blue collar, working people in this city who depend on public transit to get to work so they can pay the rent, which, by the way, comes due again in a few days.
Any new tenants would join Citibank, the Depository Trust Company, which has 472,000 square feet that comes due in April of 1997, Manny, Hanny -- now part of Chemical Corp.
Cornell has shown faith in CirTran and our strategic plan over years, as evidenced by this debenture which comes due in 2009.
While Fitch recognizes the company is exposed to refinancing risk as over 50% of its debt comes due over the next three years: $445 million comes due in 2006, $331 million is due in 2007, $291 million matures in 2008, and approximately $774 million is due thereafter.
WHAT do you do when you want to remodel that old dog of a home with a few nice touches - some marble floors here, a little gourmet kitchen there, an equestrian center out back - and then the bill comes due and you realize you can only afford linoleum?
The loan is a four year $25 million secured subordinated term loan that comes due at the earlier of maturity or the occurrence of certain fund raisings or other liquidity events.
Or if you have the money already, leave it in the bank and collect the interest until the loan comes due.