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recasting

Renegotiating a loan in the face of an impending or actual default. See workout.

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Another possible explanation behind the dominance of implicit corrective feedback might stem from the popularity of recasting in L2 class rooms.
ReCasting [TM] can be used to rebuild cups and discs of any size or PUR material, including the MDI and TDI polyesters typically used in the manufacture of pig cups and disc's.
Since the proposed regulations purport to provide new authority for recasting partnership transactions, the retrospective effect of the proposed regulations improperly penalizes taxpayers that have already established partnership entities in reasonable reliance on the rules in effect prior to May 12, 1994.
This reviewer is nevertheless pleased with the refreshingly challenging criteria employed in interpreting and recasting the known ingredients of Ottoman history and in delineating the avenues pursued for change.
The proposal will now return to the European Parliament for a second reading.The proposal, presented in June 2000, won unqualified European Parliament support at its first reading, but the Council wanted to await the adoption of Directive 2002/12/EC on solvency margin requirements before adopting its common position so that it could incorporate the instrument and ensure that the single text was completely up to date.The European Commission has welcomed this backing for its proposal, which is intended to simplify European legislation on life insurance by recasting into a single text all the existing directives in this area.
Information is offered on SUNcast's ReCasting, the choice of pipeline companies that together operate over 60,000 miles of pipeline worldwide.
Watkins reads Virgil's imitation and recasting of Homer as a correction of decadent Greek models in favor of Roman pietas and imperium; feminine allure "becomes the dominant metaphor for Homeric romance conceived as an attractive but ultimately misleading influence" (12).
The solution, which had never been used before in New York City, involved the removal of the exterior face of the existing concrete to 1/2" behind the reinforcing steel and recasting of all seven miles of exposed concrete spandrels and balcony edges.
Call Me Barbra: call me an appropriation, a recasting, a challenge to concepts of ethnicity, gender, and patriarchy--call me the work of Deborah Kass.
Contract notice: recasting of the delivery station and the tgbt of the university restaurant nice center
Contract notice: recasting of the intranet site of evry val d~essonne university