Old definition

Old. 10.75% Senior Notes due June 2008 issued pursuant to the First Senior Supplemental Indenture dated June 29, 2001 (to the Senior Indenture dated November 13, 1997).
Old. 6.8% Senior Notes due June 2005 issued pursuant to the Senior Indenture dated November 13, 1997
Old means filling material or portion thereof which shows characteristics of aging through deterioration or changing from its original qualities.

Examples of Old in a sentence

  • If any of the Old Notes tendered hereby are owned of record by two or more joint owners, all such owners must sign this Letter of Transmittal.

  • Any holder whose Old Notes have been mutilated, lost, stolen or destroyed should contact the Exchange Agent at the address indicated above for further instructions.

  • The canonical Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments are the written Word of God.

  • Unless waived, any defects or irregularities in connection with tenders of Old Notes must be cured within such time as the Company shall determine.

  • The Exchange Offer is not conditioned upon any minimum number of Old Notes being tendered.


More Definitions of Old

Old in this context means cables to suit those models that do not have a J1962 diagnostic connector, which was introduced at different Model Years for different models - one of the last being Mini, at 1997 MY.
Old. OSI-Missouri and "old" OSI-Virginia transferred the proceeds from the deemed asset sales to TE in liquidations described in Section 332 of the Code; and (c) "new" OSI-Missouri and "new" OSI-Virginia purchased assets from "old" OSI-Missouri and "old" OSI-Virginia, respectively, on the day after the Closing Date (the "Election").
Old. IS WHEN ... "Getting lucky" means you find your car in the parking lot.
Old is when: An 'all-nighter' means not getting up to use the bathroom.
Old. DISCOUNT EXHIBIT SUB-PART A. SPECIALIZATION OPTION If Integrator selects the Specialization Option, this discount schedule shall apply to all Product purchased from Cisco by Integrator during the time period set out in the Transition Rules provided in Part 1 of this Exhibit B. I.
Old. Scorp Shares, as approved by the board of directors of Scorp;
Old means different things in different fields. A work published ten or fifteen years ago might be reasonably current in history, literature, and some areas of mathematics, depending on how fast those fields are changing. For a discipline moving at warp speed like genetics, an article might be out-of-date within a year. A paper in molecular genetics filled with citations from 1994 or even 2004 would cast serious doubt on the entire project. Whatever your field, you should rely on the best works and make sure they have not been superseded by newer, better research.