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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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This description of what-is of the basic, original, sustaining force or substance in things, sets Parmenides in opposition to the Greek rationalists who employed scientific observation to discover in nature's visible, palpable elements an originative substance.
We move now to the other extreme on the prediction-conditioned continuum, to the purely originative pattern.
In their history human societies have upheld the sacred because of its connection with the originative sources of their community and its values.
The new office will host approximately 30 real estate sales professionals in a dynamic, originative environment that provides both agents and customers with spectacular service, convenience and state-of-the-art technology.
Only proactive, forward-thinking companies ready to embrace new business models and challenges became "T"-partners and expand their scope of work with originative products and services.
By harnessing the expertise and originative of the world s brightest innovators, we can tackle this critical challenge with new thinking and partnerships.
The originative moment of this cruel insertion, furthermore, was actualized by the systematic destruction, not only of the economies but of the whole fabric of life, of the subjugated African societies.
The experiential steps are precise, but they need to be taken further with new linguistic expression if they are to make sense to more than just ourselves and noticeably retain the originative and generative sense of experience.
96) "Now we do not find in any non-living body any originative source of motion.
Particularly noteworthy is the strategically placed comma, which facilitates the elision of the issue of originative agency.
Heidegger's momentous failure as an anti-philosopher was that he did not attend to what is everywhere implicit in his texts, especially in his great lectures on the Parmenides fragments, (9) where he discloses the complicity of the thinking inaugurated by the Romans' reduction of the originative thinking of the Greeks to a derivative thought, a thought which privileged the answer over the question, with imperialism: that being is not simply an ontological/epistemological category, but an indissoluble continuum that also includes gender, race, culture, and sociopolitics.
Understanding the self as derivative rather than originative moves concern for the Other and the historical situation into privileged territory.