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A unit for thermal insulation of clothing. It is the amount of insulation necessary to maintain comfort in a sitting-resting subject in a normally ventilated room (air movement at the rate of 10 cm/sec) at a temperature of 70°F (21°C) with relative humidity of less than 50%.
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be expanded to include telemarketing or use of computerized loan origination systems (CLOs)?
In the area of information accessibility, the study found that many real estate companies are using computerized loan origination (CLO) systems to help home buyers find financing best suited to their needs.
For example, automated origination systems not only reduce costs, but also open up entire new origination channels, such as computerized loan origination networks (CLOs).
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD): We are very pleased that HUD has promoted wider choice and convenience for consumers in the mortgage lending process through the expanded use of computerized loan origination (CLO) systems.

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