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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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The noble Marquis is not aware, perhaps, that the prosperity of his family originated in the successful enterprise of a New England ship- carpenter.
We've just had up a story about " Durbeyfield began, and thereupon related in detail to his wife a discussion which had arisen at the inn about the clergy, originated by the fact of his daughter having married into a clerical family.
Vholes, with one or other of whom I think it must have originated.
It was a little different, more pungent, and one felt that this was where it originated.
after his name, and that he, Raffles, originated the witticism of calling that celebrated principal Ba-Lamb.
Show me the fat, opulent coward," he was wont to say, "who ever originated a beautiful ideal.
And in passing we note that that historic phrase, the Iron Heel, originated in Ernest Everhard's mind.
Even if this latter fact were found more strictly and generally true than seems to me to be the case, what does it show, but that some of our breeds originated there, four or five thousand years ago?
He felt that he had penetrated more deeply than ever before into this intricate affair, and that he had originated a leading idea--he could say it without self-flattery--calculated to clear up the whole business, to strengthen him in his official career, to discomfit his enemies, and thereby to be of the greatest benefit to the government.
Concerning the reconciliatory nature of the appointed meeting between the two young men, very little could be made of that in young Landless's favour; for it distinctly appeared that the meeting originated, not with him, but with Mr.
Or he may have originated it altogether, if he had the cleverness.
If I might make so bold as to defend that extravagant conception, Mr Merdle, I would hint that it originated after the Railroad-share epoch, in the times of a certain Irish bank, and of one or two other equally laudable enterprises.