Class C drug

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Class C drug

A category of controlled drugs (under the UK Misuse of Drugs Act 1971) which are the least dangerous, including benzodiazepines, stimulants, and sedatives.

Examples
Alprazolam, Librium, rohypnol, Valium.
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A multiple issuance series consists of class A, class B and class C notes, and retained class D variable funding notes, with subclasses that may be offered independently and have differing terms, issuance dates and maturities.
For a multiple issuance series, class A, class B, or class C notes can be offered only to the extent that the required subordinated amount is outstanding.
NEW YORK -- Fitch Ratings assigns ratings of 'BBB' to $150 million class C (2004-4) card series notes issued by the Capital One Multi-asset Execution Trust ('COMET').
The class C (2004-4) notes will receive payments of principal and interest pro rata with other class C's outstanding based on the stated principal amount of each outstanding series of notes in that tranche.
NEW YORK -- Fitch Ratings assigns a 'BBB' to GBP200 million class C (2004-3) card series notes issued by the Capital One Multi-Asset Execution Trust (COMET).
The class C (2004-3) notes will receive payments of principal and interest pro rata with other class C's outstanding, based on the stated principal amount of each outstanding series of notes in that tranche.
Fitch Ratings assigns ratings of 'BBB' to $100 million class C (2004-2) card series notes issued by the Capital One Multi-asset Execution Trust ('COMET').
The class C (2004-2) notes will receive payments of principal and interest pro rata with other class C's outstanding based on the stated principal amount of each outstanding series of notes in that tranche.
Winnebago Industries was also the top selling Class C manufacturer during calendar 2003 and for each of the last six years, accounting for 23.
Fitch Ratings--Fitch Ratings assigns ratings of 'BBB' to $200 million Class C (2004-1) card series notes issued by the Capital One Multi-asset Execution Trust ('COMET').
Fitch Ratings assigns ratings of 'BBB' to $150 million class C (2003-5) card series notes issued by the Capital One Multi-asset Execution Trust ('COMET').
Initial enhancement for the class C and D notes as a percentage of collateral balance minus YSOA is 9.