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LOCSLaryngoonychocutaneous Syndrome
LOCSLiteracy Ontario Central South (Canada)
LOCSLand-Ocean-Climate Satellite
LOCSLoss of Cell Synchronization
LOCSLinear Optimal Control System
LOCSLucas Oil Cup Series (racing)
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2, 2010, the stated expiration date of the substitute LOCs, unless such date is extended, or any prior termination of the LOCs.
The above long-term 'AAA' rating is based on Fitch's methodology that considers the joint probability of the failure of both a municipal issuer and a bank LOC provider.
200 million series F-2 rated 'A+/F1+', based on the LOC severally provided by JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association (JPM), and Societe Generale;
175,000,000 series 2005A2 bonds rated 'AA/F1+' based on the LOC provided by Calyon, New York branch;
The LOCs provide coverage for the full principal amount of the notes plus interest equal to 270 days, calculated at a maximum rate of 12% based on a 365-day year.
as the provider of the LOCs supporting the bonds for all of the series except for the series 2002A bonds.
20, 2009, the stated expiration date of the LOCs unless such date is extended; any prior termination of the LOCs; and defeasance of the bonds.
LOCs are ready to make their mark in diverse areas such as high-throughput screening of drug candidates, point-of-care testing, and bioinformatics among several other possibilities.
The ratings will expire on the earliest of: (a) June 15, 2009, the stated expiration date of the LOCs unless such date is extended; (b) any prior termination of the LOCs; and (c) defeasance of the bonds.
The long-term ratings are based jointly on the City (currently rated 'A+' by Fitch) and irrevocable standby letters of credit (LOCs), and the short-term ratings are based solely on the LOCs, all as follows: