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Blanket

blanket

A single mortgage instrument covering two or more properties.It is most often encountered in property intended for development,with partial lien releases given as lots are sold and part of the sale proceeds used to pay down the loan. Contrast with cross-collateralization, in which two or more properties, each with their own mortgages, include the other properties as additional collateral.

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Quickly she snatched the blanket from before the infant's face; Anderssen was looking at her as she did so.
I left the oar long enough to tuck the blankets about her feet and to pull a single fold across her face.
At her solicitation I let her take the watch till midnight,--it was then nine o'clock, but I wrapped her in blankets and put an oilskin about her before I lay down.
After a few moments he returned and crawled under the blankets.
Saxon sat with the blankets drawn closely under her chin, and admired his courage.
Half of his last blanket had gone into foot- wrappings.
Scarcely had the mate fetched a blanket from below and turned in on deck, than a brisk steady breeze sprang up from off the land, sending the Arangi through the smooth water at a nine-knot clip.
When Skipper carried him to the blanket and rolled him in, he was quickly asleep again; and he was quickly awake, out of the blanket, and padding after along the deck as Skipper paced up and down.
When he had undressed her, he put her on the bed, covered her up and wrapped her in the blanket from her head downwards.
Uncas raised the blanket for their passage, and as the sisters turned to thank him for this act of attention, they saw the scout seated again before the dying embers, with his face resting on his hands, in a manner which showed how deeply he brooded on the unaccountable interruption which had broken up their evening devotions.
Its head was covered by the wet blanket and it was NOT SNORING ANY LONGER.
The ill-luck of the unfortunate Sancho so ordered it that among the company in the inn there were four woolcarders from Segovia, three needle-makers from the Colt of Cordova, and two lodgers from the Fair of Seville, lively fellows, tender-hearted, fond of a joke, and playful, who, almost as if instigated and moved by a common impulse, made up to Sancho and dismounted him from his ass, while one of them went in for the blanket of the host's bed; but on flinging him into it they looked up, and seeing that the ceiling was somewhat lower what they required for their work, they decided upon going out into the yard, which was bounded by the sky, and there, putting Sancho in the middle of the blanket, they began to raise him high, making sport with him as they would with a dog at Shrovetide.