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Cuna

A Spanish term for wedge. It is used to refer to a triangle pattern.
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In a statement to CU Times, CUNA Mutual Group spokesperson Phil Tschudy said Insuritas's statements were malicious and were intended to harm its contractual and customer relationships.
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We are thrilled to formally partner with CUNA Mutual Group to help credit unions protect their members and manage risk, said Dan Berger, Chair, NAFCU Services Corporation.
Streamlining our technology from multiple solutions to one allows us to be more efficient and focus on how we can serve our customers," said Emily Gnam, associate general counsel, CUNA Mutual Group.
It's what makes us different in the financial industry, and as CUNA moves forward, we'll continue to work to advance and protect the best interests of our members and the credit union model.
En esta cuna onirica hay un nino llorando que Sara acuna en sus brazos, consolandolo.
CUNA Mutual Mortgage was sold last year to PHH Mortgage, a subsidiary of PHH Corporation, Mount Laurel, New Jersey.
Since the quality of a magic discourse depends in part upon its length, magic texts--in contrast to colloquial speech where words reveal vowel deletion--carry the expanded forms of words as well as a range of metaphors, for example "grass" or pula in colloquial Cuna becomes ipetinikki in "How to Grab"; the terms used metaphorically in the magic text for "tongue," "fangs," etc.
DocuSign's partnership with CUNA Mutual Group will help credit unions:
It's been a long and incredibly lucky career," Hampel reflected in a Monday phone interview from the 2017 CUNA Economics and Investments Conference at Caesars Palace.
Earlier at CUNA Mutual Group, he served as executive VP and COO.
More than 90 percent of the nearly 10,000 credit unions in the United States--which are owned by more than 83 million consumer members--are affiliated with CUNA through membership in their leagues.