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originate

To make; all the steps necessary to attract a potential borrower,process a loan request, prepare all necessary paperwork,and place the loan on the books of the lender.

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Originate Resources has attracted some of the staffing industry's top talent from first-tier technology firms in the Bay Area.
When spam appears to originate from an unsuspecting site, the company suffers injury to reputation and good will.
In terms of universality, any financial institution that wishes to originate cross-border payments on behalf of its customers may do so, in accordance with the operating rules.
Unlike banks and thrifts that originate loans with the intent of holding them over the long term, the mortgage banking industry originates loans and then sells them to a secondary market--retaining the right and obligation to service the loans.
Dingus estimates that if gamma-ray bursts originate in a halo around our galaxy, they may be 100 times more numerous than indicated by GRO; if they originate far beyond our galaxy, they could be a million times more numerous.
Originate Labs, which was founded in 2006 by entrepreneurs Rob Meadows and Jeremy Miller, has built its business model around allowing employees the freedom to experiment and explore with software and technology.
The polyp was clearly found to originate in the left sphenoid sinus; there was no connection to the middle meatus or maxillary sinus ostium (figure, H).