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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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Because the SAIF's deposit insurance premiums are so much higher than the BIF's, the SAIF will not be able to compete," said Joy.
And in the areas of the country that still allow private deposit insurance for deposits greater than the federally insured maximum of $100,000, the results have been promising.
The revised look-back rule (including the procedure for IRS notification of depositor status), the Wednesday-Friday deposit regime (with a three banking-day minimum), and the year-long transition period all demonstrate the IRS's and Treasury's willingness to listen to its stakeholders and the public -- and to act upon what they hear.
Can I therefore assume that, since there is no practical means to make a realistic market valuation of the deposits and core repurchase agreements held by community banks in non-metropolitan areas, we are automatically excluded from the requirements outlined in this exposure draft?
This is followed by a rapid buildup of deposits on a substrate of their own composition.