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Tontine Ton*tine", n. [F., from It. tontina; -- so called from
its inventor, Tonti, an Italian, of the 17th century.]
An annuity, with the benefit of survivorship, or a loan
raised on life annuities with the benefit of survivorship.
Thus, an annuity is shared among a number, on the principle
that the share of each, at his death, is enjoyed by the
survivors, until at last the whole goes to the last survivor,
or to the last two or three, according to the terms on which
the money is advanced. Used also adjectively; as, tontine
Too many of the financiers by professions are apt to
see nothing in revenue but banks, and circulations, and
annuities on lives, and tontines, and perpetual rents,
and all the small wares of the shop. --Burke.
Meaning of Tontine from wikipedia
- A tontine
(English pronunciation: /tɒntiːn/) is an investment
plan for raising
in the 17th century
and relatively widespread
in the 18th...
- The Tontine Coffee House
was a coffeehouse
in Manhattan, New York City, established
at 82 Wall Street, on the north-west corner...
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- The Tontine Building
is a historic
and residential building
at 500 Coolidge Highway
(United States Route
5) in Guilford, Vermont...
Trust is a Fintech company providing pension benefits
on a digital
on the "Tontine
in which subscribers
- the early
a lawyer explains
to a group
boys that a tontine
has been organised
£20,000 has been invested
in the name of each...
and art studios. Linked
to the Tolbooth stood
the Tontine Hotel
and its ****embly Rooms, designed
from 1737 by architect Allan
- its founding. Later
in 1793, they conducted their business inside
the Tontine Coffee
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in London, named