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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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As a result, the borrower will need to understand the composition of its bank group and who will represent the second-lien lenders in the negotiations, as well as what and how much authority the representatives have.
Both allow for a period of time when the borrower doesn't have to make payments, and they are better alternatives to defaulting.
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.
Borrowers can check out anything except videos because the library only has one copy of each of those.
If a business is the borrower, the lender will consider whether it is a start-up company or one in operation under three years.
First and foremost, lenders share risk with the borrower by requiring the borrower to make a down payment toward the purchase of the home.
That is easier for the borrower to understand than many of the complicated formulas out there.
The Seventh Circuit, concurring with the Tax Court, agreed that the Brazilian tax was imposed on the lender (Continental), and noted that Continental had satisfied the IRS that the local taxes on these loans had been paid by the borrower.
But the REA found that equipment could become obsolete in as short a period as 12 years, at which time the borrower reappeared, hat in hand, for more money for an upgrade.
When borrowers approach Wall Street conduits with large transactions, they tend to get similar quotes from various lenders.