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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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We move now to the other extreme on the prediction-conditioned continuum, to the purely originative pattern.
96) "Now we do not find in any non-living body any originative source of motion.
We want to believe that in some essential respect the self stands outside of nature and culture, bearing originative responsibility for its acts.
In so doing, he introduced an originative difference between the processes of imagination associated with these two verbs.
The perils of the voyage (death, uncertainty, dissolution, loss) are defined in advance by the broken promises of home (safety, trust, formation, hope), the locus of those raw, originative traits which drive our voyages like a heavy wind.
Since some originative sources are present in soulless things, and others in things possessed of soul, and in soul, and in the rational part of the soul, clearly some potencies will be non-rational and some will be accompanied by a rational formula.
RONALD MERCER, "The Infinite as Originative of the Human as Human: A Transcendental Phenomenological Explication of the Philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas.
In a literal sense, Hoffmann must be right--that for Scotus possibility and intelligibility in general cannot be divorced from the fact of a divine presence and are ultimately originative in God.
23) It may be tempting for us anthro-pomorphizing humans to ground nature's elegant laws in the mathematicized planning of an originative intelligence, but the merit of an axiological approach shows that this temptation can--and should--be resisted.
In fact, the works of McKeon can be described as preservative and interpretive or originative.