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piggyback

 [pig´e-bak″]
supplementary or added on; used to refer to an intravenous infusion.

pig·gy·back

(pigē bak)
A supplemental infusion set added to a main intravenous line for the intermittent administration of drugs.
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7 million mortgages originated between 2003 and 2007, found that the cumulative default rate over six years for uninsured low down payment loans with piggyback second mortgages was nearly 21 percent greater than for comparable loans with mortgage insurance.
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Buyers choose from a dizzying array of new loan products, including 40-year, interest-only (IO), low-document or no-document and piggyback loans, as well as option adjustable-rate mortgages (option ARMs).
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Piggyback delivers a bridge between parents and children by providing a simple and intuitive way for parents to monitor their children's Internet use as well as reward and encourage their children's online accomplishments.
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The proliferation of what Fed chairman Alan Greenspan dubbed exotic mortgage products such as adjustable rate loans, piggyback loans, interest only loans, and home equity loans, whose monthly payments can as much as double if interest rates rise to not unfathomable levels, as well as mixed economic signals such as choppy job growth, and the way real estate appreciation has exceeded salary increases have provided fuel for many an apocalyptic scenario.