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Line of Credit

An agreement between a bank and a company or an individual to provide a certain amount in loans on demand from the borrower. The borrower is under no obligation to actually take out a loan at any particular time, but may take part of the funds at any time over a period of several years. This agreement is fairly common in situations in which a business must make payroll but does not always have the operating income to do so, especially when its operating income is seasonal or otherwise varies from month to month. It is also called open-end credit or a revolving line of credit. See also: Credit Card.

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This six-shooter can be purchased in a 7-1/2-inch-barreled version, as well as the 5-1/2-inch tube of the sample gun, and in blued or nickeled finish.
Alas, ranches are being bought out by Consolidated Cattle, taking away the guys' livelihoods; the film is openly contemptuous of the civilized accountants, those bean-counting wussies who somehow managed to tame these rugged roustabouts with nary a bruised knuckle or six-shooter in sight.
But the Scotland forward turned his six-shooter on Middlesbrough and fired two more holes in Gordon Strachan's flimsy argument to remain as manager.
Stablemate The Dandy also moved with the times when Desperate Dan went on a diet and replaced his six-shooter with a water pistol.
Foothill teemed with activity as officers packing six-shooter Colts cruised in patrol cars topped with ``coffee can'' lights.
A SIX-SHOOTER and signed holster belonging to Wild West outlaw Jesse James is set to fetch pounds 200,000 at auction.
Afterwards six-shooter Lewis, who missed out on the winter tours to India and Pakistan, claimed he did not deserve to be pigeon-holed as an early-season specialist.
TODAY is one more partial installment moving day, 14 years and 14 addresses after my chattels and goods from a couch, knickknacks and a Colt six-shooter cap gun, to 12 leftover wallet-size 1959 high school graduation photos and more, went into storage.
The cowpoke still shaves with a blowtorch - don't try that at home, kids - but has been made to cover up his six-shooter, making his holster resemble a purse from Prada.
You play bounty hunter Red, with rifle and six-shooter, taking on hordes of evil (and hard-to-dispatch) bosses, saving trains from bandits, getting into brawls and so on.
Switzer was so excited sprinting onto the field, I half-expected him to take a six-shooter out of his pocket, fire it in the air and shout, ``Yahoo
The city grew to be one of the richest in the US in the last century, as Samuel Colt's revolutionary six-shooter pistols made previous single shot guns obsolete.