With regard to responsibility for loan correspondents
, HUD would require FHA-approved lenders to ensure that "loan correspondents
meet [HUD's] standards assuring their integrity and financial soundness.
Steve Carell was the first "Daily Show" correspondent
to break out, starring in the hit films "Anchorman," "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" and "Little Miss Sunshine," not to mention NBC's Emmy-winning sitcom "The Office.
Critics object that parachute journalism is simply a way to avoid the costs of posting correspondents
Former environment correspondent
Margaret Gilmore will report on health for the evening bulletins while Fergus Walsh moves from health to become top science correspondent
25 suburban correspondents
for each full-time suburban staffer.
NGIS will enable HSBC's correspondent
network to order HELOC documents nationwide at any time.
lenders select a secondary market investor, by far the most important factor is price.
The transition from radio to television affected several correspondents
in the same way that talking movie screens caused the decline of some silent-film stars.
This reduced number of voices is a serious consequence for an American reading public which is seeing a declining amount of foreign news and analysis by independent resident correspondents
The letters were assembled by Giovanni del Lago, a Venetian music theorist and one of the principal correspondents
, evidently with an eye to publish them during the printed epistolary vogue started by Pietro Aretino.
Several Helpful Appendices Appendices of Journalists arranged by War or Conflict, to make easy work of locating correspondents
by the conflict they covered: Appendix on Pulitzer Prizes for War Reporting, Pulitzer Prizes Awarded for War Reporting, War Artists & War Photographers/Cameramen, and U.
Greystone initiated an extensive effort to work with key financial institution correspondents
nationwide to originate small balance loans and has demonstrated the ability to work effectively with it's Bank partners.