Maturities Sample Clauses

Maturities. Each Note will mature on a date (the “Maturity Date”) not less than 12 months after the original issue date for such Note. Notes will mature on any date selected by the Purchasing Agent and agreed to by the Company. “Maturity” when used with respect to any Note, means the date on which the outstanding principal amount of such Note becomes due and payable in full in accordance with its terms, whether at its Maturity Date or by declaration of acceleration, call for redemption, repayment or otherwise. Issuance: All Notes will be represented by a master registered global note certificate (the “Master Note”). Each Master Note will be dated the date of its authentication by the Trustee. Each Note will have an original issue date (the “Issue Date”). The Issue Date shall remain the same for all Notes of the applicable series subsequently issued upon transfer, exchange or substitution of an original Note. Additional tranches of an existing series of Notes may have a different Issue Date. For other variable terms with respect to the Notes, see the Prospectus and the applicable Pricing Supplement. Identification: The Company has received from the CUSIP Service Bureau (the CUSIP Service Bureau”) of Standard & Poor’s, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. (“S&P”), one series of CUSIP numbers for future assignment to the Notes. The Company will provide or has provided the Purchasing Agent, DTC and the Trustee with a list of such CUSIP numbers. On behalf of the Company, the Purchasing Agent will assign CUSIP numbers as described below under Settlement Procedure “B.” DTC will notify the CUSIP Service Bureau periodically of the CUSIP numbers that the Company has assigned to the Notes. The Company will reserve additional CUSIP numbers when necessary for assignment to the Notes and will provide the Purchasing Agent, the Trustee and DTC with the list of additional CUSIP numbers so obtained. Registration: Unless otherwise specified by DTC, the Master Notes will be in fully registered form only without coupons. Each Master Note will be registered in the name of Cede & Co., as nominee for DTC, on the Security Register maintained under the Indenture by the Trustee. The beneficial owner of a Note (or one or more indirect participants in DTC designated by such owner) will designate one or more participants in DTC (with respect to such Note, the “Participants”) to act as agent or agents for such owner in connection with the book-entry system maintained by DTC, and DTC will r...
Maturities. Each Note will mature on a date (the "Maturity Date") not less than nine months after the date of delivery by the Company of such Note. Notes will mature on any date selected by the initial purchaser and agreed to by the Company. "Maturity" when used with respect to any Note, means the date on which the outstanding principal amount of such Note becomes due and payable in full in accordance with its terms, whether at its Maturity Date or by declaration of acceleration, call for redemption, repayment or otherwise.
Maturities. Each Book-Entry Note will mature on a date more than nine months after the issue date for such Note. A Floating Rate Book-Entry Note will mature only on an Interest Payment Date for such Note. Any Note denominated in Japanese yen will mature on a date not less than one year from the Original Issue Date (as defined below) for such Note. Any Note denominated in Pounds Sterling will mature on a date not less than one year, nor more than five years, after its Original Issue Date. Denominations: Book-Entry Notes will be issued in principal amounts of U.S.$1,000 or any amount in excess thereof that is an integral multiple of U.S.$1,000. If Book-Entry Notes are denominated in a Specified Currency other than U.S. dollars, the denominations of such Notes will be determined pursuant to the provisions of the applicable Pricing Supplement. Global Securities will be denominated in principal amounts not in excess of U.S.$500,000,000 (or the equivalent thereof). If one or more Book-Entry Notes having an aggregate principal amount in excess of U.S.$500,000,000 (or the equivalent thereof) would, but for the preceding sentence, be represented by a single Global Security, then one Global Security will be authenticated and issued to represent each U.S.$500,000,000 principal amount (or the equivalent thereof) of such Book-Entry Note or Notes and an additional Global Security will be authenticated and issued to represent any remaining principal amount of such Book-Entry Note or Notes. In such a case, each of the Global Securities representing such Book-Entry Note or Notes shall be assigned the same CUSIP number.
Maturities. Each Book-Entry Note will mature on a date nine months or more after the issue date for such Note, except in the case of indexed Notes, for which the maturity may be shorter. A Floating Rate Book-Entry Note will mature only on an Interest Payment Date for such Note. Any Note denominated in Japanese yen will mature on a date not less than one year from the Original Issue Date (as defined below) for such Note. Any Note denominated in Pounds Sterling will mature on a date not less than one year, nor more than five years, after its Original Issue Date.
Maturities. Each Note will mature on a date from nine months or more from its date of issue; provided, however, Notes denominated in Specified Currencies other than US dollars may be subject to restrictions on maturities as provided for in the Distribution Agreement or as otherwise may be required by regulations of the applicable central bank or similar monetary authority of the country issuing the Specified Currency.
Maturities. Each Book-Entry Note will mature on a date not less than one (1) year nor more than forty (40) years after the Issue Date for such Note. Denominations: Book-Entry Notes will be issued in principal amounts of $1,000 or any amount in excess thereof that is an integral multiple of $1,000.
Maturities. Each Book-Entry Note will mature on a date (the “Maturity Date”) not less than 9 months after the Original Issue Date for such Note.
Maturities. Each Note will mature on a date selected by the purchaser and agreed to by the Company which is not less than nine months from its Original Issue Date; provided, however, that Notes bearing interest at rates determined by reference to selected indices ("Floating Rate Notes") will mature on an Interest Payment Date. Registration: Notes will be issued only in fully registered form.
Maturities. Each Book-Entry Note will mature on a date not less than nine months after the Original Issue Date for such Note. A Floating Rate Book-Entry Note will mature only on an Interest Payment Date for such Note.