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borrow

Research ethics
A euphemism meaning to plagiarise.
 
Vox populi
To receive from another as a loan, with the implied or expressed intention of returning the identical article or its equivalent in kind; the opposite of lend.
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The borrower should be required to deliver a detailed cost budget of the project.
The borrower needs to understand its current circumstances and needs, the goals of the bank group (which may be different than the borrower's) and what a successful workout will include.
The Department of Education offers an online forbearance application for students with Direct Loans that asks why the borrower is requesting the forbearance and if the borrower wants to temporarily stop payments or reduce them.
Since neither the IRS nor the conduit borrowers have an effective recourse to litigation, the TEB Group generally takes a hard line in negotiating a closing agreement with the conduit borrower in lieu of taxing the bondholders.
The program has 12 volunteers and 16 borrowers, with room for more, Aronoff said.
First and foremost, lenders share risk with the borrower by requiring the borrower to make a down payment toward the purchase of the home.
Submitting inaccurate data is a good way to disqualify yourself as a borrower.
Though not cited in the case, the Tax Court has allowed at least one borrower a deduction for interest paid in excess of the "cap"; see Fourth Financial Corp.
In other words, if Donald Trump were an REA borrower, he'd be able to get financing for a fourth money-losing casino in Atlantic City.
Most notably, borrowers with Parent PLUS or GradPLUS loans through the Direct Loan program might already have a low fixed rate.
The financial professional will create comprehensive loan application packages on behalf of the borrower and submit these applications to the selected lenders.