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Representative

1. See: Agent.

2. See: Broker.

3. See: Attorney.
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On consummation of the proposal, BancWest would operate the third largest depository institution in the market, controlling deposits of $108 million, which represent approximately 11 percent of market deposits.
The Data Store (ASU-1) holds system-level data and represents the area where the server initially stores, for example, incoming mail messages or transactions.
In her exploration of how Hollywood represents religion in film, Miles limits her analysis to films that treat Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
You can't represent Sherman Oaks and not know what's going on in North Hollywood.
Population numbers represent political influence and if a neighborhood is chopped up among two or three council districts it will likely have less influence with each council member than if all of the residents were represented by one council member.
The Board continues to believe that deposits maintained by a banking organization in a specific market, including deposits generated outside the market, represent an important measure of the banking organization's capacity to compete in that market.
The class B certificates designated B-I-1 through B-I-6 represent subordination for groups 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.
The states that represent the largest portion of the aggregate mortgage loans are California (19.
The certificates represent a cross-collateralized ownership interest in the group 1, group 2, group 3, group 4, group 5, and group 6 mortgage loans.
The states that represent the largest geographic concentration of mortgaged properties are California (55.
Creative Exchange Agency, a public relations firm that represents stylists, editors and photographers, including David LaChapelle, leased 2,200 s/f of office space.
Salt Lake City, Utah, ("First Security Bank"), which is First Security's lead bank and represents approximately 76 percent of the assets controlled by First Security, received an "outstanding" rating from the OCC, as of May 1999.