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Flake

Slang; in auto sales, a term for a non-creditworthy customer with a small or no down payment. Flake customers are very high risk for the seller, and likely will not obtain financing.
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Flake joins a list of high-profile Republicans who have jumped ship in recent months amid the turmoil of Trump's presidency.
In August, he criticised the President's immigration policy, to which the latter tweeted that Flake was "WEAK on borders, crime and a non-factor in the Senate.
Like other globalists and neocons masquerading as conservatives, Flake tries hard throughout the book to make you believe he's genuinely conservative.
Access to capital is a tough thing and that is making it difficult for small businesses to grow," Flake said.
Many APET sheet extruders purchase reclaimed PET flake from outside sources, which may require special handling precautions depending upon the history of the material.
For almost 20 years, he says, scientists have argued about whether away to make stone flakes, called Levallois technology, was invented in Africa and then spread to Eurasia.
The presence of glass delamination flakes in product solutions is of particular concern.
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Experience: Flake has two decades of experience in the research industry.
Farm bill observers believe Flake will introduce his stand-alone bill as an amendment to the farm bill when that legislation is brought up for consideration on the House floor.
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Flake opposed Proposition 200, a state ballot initiative that required proof of U.