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Representative

1. See: Agent.

2. See: Broker.

3. See: Attorney.
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The artist designed the "Women of Mercy" panels, then came to the school to work with the students in painting 16 women to represent the 14 corporal and spiritual works of mercy.
BancWest would remain the eighth largest insured depository organization in California, controlling deposits of approximately $17 billion, which represent approximately 3 percent of the total amount of deposits of insured depository institutions in the state.
BSUs represent the I/O load imposed by the application's user population against ASUs.
How can reducing the number of seats that represent parts of the Valley from seven to five increase the Valley's voice in city government?
However, both films try to represent competing values and conflicted relationships; therefore, they could be described as religious, even though she is uncomfortable doing so.
The certificates represent ownership interests in a trust fund that consists of five pools of mortgage loans.
31) First Security contends that these deposits either are unavailable for lending in the Salt Lake market or represent deposits that are raised outside the market or in a national market and are available to support out-of-market banking activities.
Royal Properties continues to represent the MTA in the leasing of train stations including the Yonkers, Hastings, and Port Chester stations.
Corporate: Corporate brands represent the second largest category in licensing today, accounting for an estimated $34.
Additionally, the class 15-A-X certificates represent interests in loan groups 4 and 5.
Additionally, the class A-X certificates represent interests in loan group 5 and group 6; and the class PO certificates represent interests in loan groups 1 through 6.
The mortgage loans have been divided into eight loan groups of certificates that represent ownership interest in a trust fund that consists primarily of 30-year fixed rate, conventional, first lien, residential mortgage loans.