On the loosening of credit requirements, Ellie Mae President and Chief Operating Officer Jonathan Corr noted, "2013 closed with the loosest
credit requirements of the year.
I use this word in its loosest
sense; really I mean people who I have had little to no contact with since this time last year.
Some of you may be thinking that I pen this column every week; therefore it must be easier for me because, in the loosest
sense of the word, I am a writer.
The majority of the support is provided by the band, which should fit firmly against the body of the women at the loosest
set of hooks.
To the British 'lady' (and I use the word in the loosest
possible sense) who was buying two six-inch sandwiches for herself and her daughter in a shop at Motor City on Friday afternoon about 4pm:
In this sorry excuse for a football match, Johnson began by operating - in the loosest
sense of the word - on the right flank before drifting centrally, seemingly in an attempt to form some sort of partnership with Steven Fletcher.
And now I know lacks even the loosest
attachment to anything like reality.
When I say holiday I mean it in the loosest
sense of the word - I was with two children under three.
It is often a disadvantage to be first on the road, as you end up sweeping the loosest
gravel away and providing a better surface for the following cars.
Set in the fictional town of Pontyberry in the south Wales valleys, the show revolves around Stella, a 40-something divorcee with three kids and an ironing business (in the loosest
sense of the term) and an array of eccentric friends and family who populate her life.
30pm As the week's starry shows continue (the term 'Celebrity' employed in the loosest
sense of the word), we witness Pineapple Dance Studios' Andrew Stone, right, host the fourth dinner party.
The Seattle Times described Open City as "a novel in the loosest
sense"--and meant it as a compliment.