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Abbreviation for bolus.
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"Boli functions better when he plays in a system where he can be deployed in an attacking full-back role.
When it took them a long while to catch up with us, I figured they experienced a mechanical failure," Boli recalls.
The percentage of commercial banks, savings banks and savings associations reporting BOLI assets increased to 63.3%, from 61.7%.
Burr said BOLI wants to hear from other former Bloomer's employees who may not have been paid.
* Of all 6,812 banks and savings associations, 3,840 or 56.4 percent reported holding BOLI assets in 2013, increasing their BOLI holdings by 4.3 percent from $137.95 billion in 2012 to $143.8 billion in 2013.
For a massive institution such as Bank of America to carry $17.7 billion in BOLI suggests its employees are insured for somewhere in the 10-figure range.
Unlike COLI, the purchase of BOLI by national banks is very tightly regulated by the Office of Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) (FDIC regulated state-chartered banks are typically subject to similar regulation).
During that interview, Rodriguez declined to say which substance he used, but today he told reporters in Tampa he used Boli, which he said is available over the counter in the Dominican Republic.
Particular BOLI policies--called separate account policies--often have stable value agreements or stable value protection contracts from banks or insurance carriers.
(1) Nonetheless, many employers have benefited from the deaths of a broad base of their employees since the 1980s through the use of insurance referred to as "corporate-owned life insurance" (COLI) or, when purchased by banks (a common use), "bank-owned life insurance" (BOLI).
Carson Optical swept the packaging category at the 33rd annual BOLI Awards in New York in May.
BASIL BOLI'S brother last night insisted he is willing to persuade Souleymane Diawara to choose Rangers over Arsenal.