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dorsum

 [dor´sum] (pl. dor´sa) (L.)
1. the back; the posterior surface of the human body in the anatomical position.
2. the aspect of an anatomical structure or part corresponding in position to the back.

dor·sa

(dōr'să),
Plural of dorsum.

dorsa

(dôr′sə)
n.
Plural of dorsum.

dorsa

A formal term referring to the dorsal surface of a particular region of the body.

dor·sa

(dōr'să)
Plural of dorsum.
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Dorsa said mortgage CUSOs have been around for about 30 years.
Dorsa observed that credit unions have understood the reasons underlying this change in member priorities for some time.
About Dorsa Consulting: Dorsa Consulting, founded in 1994 as Lorraine Dorsa and Associates, provides pension administration support services to professional firms and financial institutions allowing them to expand the services they offer their clients.
The familiar process of having members fax or otherwise deliver documents to their credit union's loan officer over a period of days or weeks is no longer acceptable to many consumers, Dorsa observed.
Dorsa said he had also met credit union CEOs who reported having members ask them if their credit union offered similar loans after they saw a commercial for the Yourgage product.
Caroline Dorsa has extensive business and financial experience, and I am very pleased that she is joining PSEG as a member of its executive leadership team," said Ralph Izzo, chairman, president and chief executive officer.
It's not hard to understand why the big lenders might be cool on housing finance at the moment," Dorsa said.
ACUMA President Bob Dorsa was interviewed recently for the August edition of Realtor Magazine, and the DVD will be available free to any realtor members who ask for a copy.
CUREN began in Los Angeles in the early 1990's, according to ACU-MA President Bob Dorsa and other long-time credit union real estate professionals and had a local emphasis from the beginning.
This plan underscores Avaya's financial strength," said Caroline Dorsa, chief financial officer, Avaya.
The ACLJ is being assisted in this case by Robert Tyler of the firm, Tyler, Dorsa & Eldridge in Temecula, Calif.