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A1

A member of the Bcl-2 protein family encoded by BCL2A1, which counteracts apoptosis by growth-factor withdrawal. A1 expression permits accumulation of differentiated myeloid cells both before and after IL3 withdrawal. Murine A1 is a homolog of human BFL-1.
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24,000,000 revenue refunding bonds, senior 2004 series A-1 at 'AAA';
In the event that the OC or interest coverage tests are failing, interest (and, to the extent that interest proceeds are insufficient, principal) will be diverted to redeem the principal balances of the classes A-1, A-2, and B notes sequentially.
In addition, principal proceeds used to cure the class C coverage test occurs twice in the principal waterfall; first, principal proceeds will be used to redeem the classes A-1, A-2, and B notes only to the extent necessary to cause the class C coverage tests to be satisfied or until each class is paid in full, and second, principal proceeds will be used to redeem the classes C-1, C-2, and C-3 notes pro rata only to the extent necessary to cause the class C coverage tests to be satisfied or until each class is paid in full.
In order to qualify for a "Duff 1+" rating, the Class A-1 certificates are intended to amortize out within any 12-month period.
The "Duff 1+" rating of the Class A-1 and "AAA" rating of the Class A-2 certificates reflects credit enhancements in the form of 12 percent subordination and a 0.
Stress scenarios to determine if the final scheduled payment dates will be met for classes A-1, A-2, A-3, and A-4 assumed very slow loan repayments.
7 million of principal proceeds resulting in the class A-1L notes being paid in full and the class A-1F notes and class A-1 notes being redeemed by 94.
As a result of this analysis, Fitch has determined that the current ratings assigned to the class A-1F, A-1, A-2L, and A-2 notes no longer reflect the current risk to noteholders and have improved, while the current ratings for the classes A-3A, A-3B, B-1, B-2A, and B-2B notes still reflect the current risk to noteholders.
The rating of the bonds reflects D&P's opinion that the Class A-1 bondholders will receive at least $117,350,000 of payments by the Class A-1 maturity date.