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deposit

 [de-poz´it]
1. sediment or dregs.
2. extraneous inorganic matter collected in the tissues or in an organ of the body.

de·pos·it

(dĕ-poz'it),
1. A sediment or precipitate.
2. A pathologic accumulation of inorganic material in a tissue.
[L. de-pono, pp. -positus, to lay down]

deposit

/de·pos·it/ (de-poz´it)
1. sediment or dregs.
2. extraneous inorganic matter collected in the tissues or in an organ of the body.

deposit

[dəpoz′it]
Etymology: L, de, from + ponere to place
1 sediment or dregs.
2 extraneous inorganic matter collected in the tissues or in a viscus or cavity.
3 hard or soft material laid down on a tooth surface, such as dental calculus or plaque.

de·pos·it

(dĕ-poz'it)
1. A sediment or precipitate.
2. A pathologic accumulation of inorganic material in a tissue.
[L. de-pono, pp. -positus, to lay down]

de·pos·it

(dĕ-poz'it)
1. Sediment or precipitate.
2. Pathologic accumulation of inorganic material in a tissue.
[L. de-pono, pp. -positus, to lay down]

deposit

1. sediment or dregs.
2. extraneous inorganic matter collected in the tissues or in an organ of the body.
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The responses from Peru and the experience of the Isle of Man suggest that much of the reason for the delay in paying insured depositors may not be a conscious policy of promoting insured depositor discipline.
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A Treasury spokesman said: "The UK Government has always supported an IMF loan to Iceland and would welcome any progress that would see resolution for British retail depositors and equal treatment for creditors.
The rules would oblige banks to fully reimburse depositors in the event that Net-based thefts took place with the depositors not at fault.
Financial Services Minister Hakuo Yanagisawa on Friday stressed the need for banks to disclose financial data if asked by depositors after the April 1 abolition of the government's full guarantee on time deposits.
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