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a holder of bonds issued by a government or corporation

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In practice, bond-holders routinely reinvested their money at the end of the fixed period, and some bond-holders carried on doing this for 20-plus years.
The initiative saw NBC giving away 515,223 prizes totaling AED 49 million from the company's own funds (the Mudareb) as daily, weekly, monthly, and annual dividends to bond-holders.
The initiative saw NBC giving away 515,223 prizes totaling Dh49 million from the company's own funds (the Mudareb) as daily, weekly, monthly, and annual dividends to bond-holders.
Bond-holders routinely reinvested their money and some bond-holders carried on doing this for 20 years or more.
The company's plan to restructure that debt is complex and requires existing bond-holders to invest more money in the company and acquire secured debt in exchange.
A special draw in December and another one next June will each offer Britain's 23million bond-holders FIVE chances to win a million instead of the usual two - a total of six extra chances to become a Premium Bond millionaire.
It found that the group of bond-holders with the first name Rebecca produced a higher proportion of winners than any other groups of women or men with other first names.
The initial offering has been underwritten by French bank Dexia, and its structure means bond-holders are guaranteed a return above the rate of inflation for the scheme's full 15-year period.
Years later, when the bond-holders are ready to enter the home market, the bonds can be redeemed at interest-inflated maturation -- but used only to buy a first house, he adds.
And finally, while Lottery winners take to stashing their prize ticket anywhere from inside bibles, underwear or under the floorboards, bond-holders do not have to worry about losing their winning numbers, which are of course held by the bond issuer.