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originate

To make; all the steps necessary to attract a potential borrower,process a loan request, prepare all necessary paperwork,and place the loan on the books of the lender.

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The social factor is another factor that should be considered while evaluating country of origin, the lifestyle of any overall population having a positive or negative part in surveying a thing country of origin.
The company said that on 23 March 2016, it disclosed that its board had determined that the Origin proposal could reasonably be expected to lead to a Superior Proposal.
com/en-sg/store/buy/dragon-age-1/pc-download/base-game/standard-edition#details) Origin which costs $24.
The proposal is thus going to "ensure that consumers will be correctly informed throughout the EU and that wrong origin marking can be sanctioned".
For liquid milk, 86 percent of products sampled had some form of origin labelling, with half of all milk showing the origin of the milk, while just over a third showed where it was manufactured.
These chapters provide the reader with very detailed molecular and genetic information on resistance mechanisms in bacteria of animal origin.
The second particularity of the descent of things from the invincible realm of the Divine Treasures to the spiritual domain of the isthmus, and then to the corporeal and natural world, is that the object of descent never leaves the real presence of the origin of descent.
Under Missouri law, sales are sourced for local tax purposes based on origin but, as a safeguard, no purchase made from an out-of-state seller may be subject to a higher tax burden than a similar purchase made from within a taxpayer's local jurisdiction.
Question: What are the fundamental truths on the origin of world and the human being which the Church indicates as basic points?
Dershowitz's approach to the origin of rights is significant in that it provides secularists with a valid theoretical basis from which to discuss the concept of fundamental human rights.
Buis says this confuses the consumer as to the true origin of products, and mandatory COOL would help to further differentiate U.