B-1


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B-1

(ˈbiˈwʌn)

n., pl. B-1's.
a U.S. long-range bomber having sweptback wings and a subsonic cruising speed.
[1970–75]
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and, nine out of 10 times, you will be pointed in the direction of Vitamin B-1, which is bottled by a variety of manufacturers.
28 Nature that one class of B cells, B-1, continues to reshuffle its genes in the peritoneal cavity of the abdomen.
Class I A-1 is supported by Class I A- 2, Class I B-1 and privately placed subordinate classes which total 27.
The ratings for classes A-1 through A-6 and classes M-1 and B-1 are based on the quality of the manufactured housing contracts, the respective levels of credit enhancement, and the servicing capabilities of Green Tree Financial Corp.
Class B-1 will not receive any principal until both class A and class M-1 have been repaid in full, or until the December 1999 distribution date, as long as specific tests have been satisfied.
Class I A-1 is supported by Class I A-2, Class I B-1 and privately placed subordinate classes which total 27.
Classes III A-1A and III A-1B are supported by Class III A-2, Class III B-1 and privately placed subordinate classes which total 15% of the collateral balance.
Class I A-2 is supported by Class I B-1 and the privately placed subordinate classes which total 7.
Distributions on Classes I A-1, I A-2 and I B-1 will be made from payments received on the mortgage loans in Group I.
Class B-1 downgraded from 'B' to 'C' and assigned a Distressed Recovery (DR) rating of 'DR2';
5% based on the class B OC test, this will result in the diversion of interest proceeds towards principal redemptions of the class B-1 notes and the redemption of senior notes.