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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.
Billy started to leave the blankets, but Saxon caught his arm.
After a few moments he returned and crawled under the blankets.
At length, the blanket was slowly raised, and the scout stood in the aperture with a countenance whose firmness evidently began to give way before a mystery that seemed to threaten some danger, against which all his cunning and experience might prove of no avail.
Half of his last blanket had gone into foot- wrappings.
Bill had finished his pipe and was helping his companion to spread the bed of fur and blanket upon the spruce boughs which he had laid over the snow before supper.
He lifted the edge of the blanket with his nose and crawled across the shoulder until he was altogether inside.
He was lying on the bed and wrapped up in the blanket as before.
One of Tommy Brock's hind legs twitched under the blanket, but still he slept on peacefully.
The cries of the poor blanketed wretch were so loud that they reached the ears of his master, who, halting to listen attentively, was persuaded that some new adventure was coming, until he clearly perceived that it was his squire who uttered them.