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accrete

(ə-krēt′)
v. ac·creted, ac·creting, ac·cretes
v.tr.
To make larger or greater, as by increased growth.
v.intr.
1. To grow together; fuse.
2. To grow or increase gradually, as by addition.
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Juvenile terranes that were accreted to the Laurentian margin immediately prior to the Grenvillian orogeny include the Composite Arc belt (ca.
Paleoproterozoic orogens have accreted oceanic material comparable in diversity to Phanerozoic rocks although the ophiolite components are less prevalent.
After April 15, 2015, and after revenues have been distributed to the series 2001 bonds to pay the scheduled super-sinker redemption principal amounts for the series 2001 bonds due and payable on such date for redemption, revenues will then become available free and clear of the 2001 indenture and will be available to make payments on the outstanding accreted value of the series 2006 bonds.
875% senior discount notes due 2010 of Buffet Restaurants Holdings with an initial accreted value equal to 10% of the accreted value of the Buffets Holdings senior discount notes subject to the options, the options permit Buffets Restaurants Holdings to purchase the Buffets Holdings senior discount notes for a period of one year.
The net loss in the current period includes accreted interest of $142,724 associated with convertible debentures.
The expected ratings of the above referenced bonds address the issuer's ability to pay the accreted value of each CAB by each bond's respective maturity date.
This leaves outstanding approximately $371 million in aggregate principal amount at maturity of the debentures, or approximately $264 million of current accreted value.
125% of the accreted value of their 12 1/4% notes on the consent payment date and 0.
2-3/4% Notes -- NACI is offering to purchase the 2-3/4% Notes for cash at a purchase price, per $1,000 original principal amount, equal to 100% of the accreted principal amount, together with accrued and unpaid cash interest to, but excluding, the fundamental change repurchase date.

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