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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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While new piggybacks disappeared for some years after the crisis, they began to emerge again three or four years ago.
Another possibility, the subject of this article, is to refinance a piggyback -- a combination of a first and a (more costly) second mortgage -- into a solo first mortgage.
After the game was over, Shayegan joined the winning team on the court and asked if he could get a piggyback ride.
What this statistic does not reveal is that the newer loan types, such as IOs, piggybacks and option ARMs, leave borrowers much more vulnerable to rising interest rates than do traditional hybrid ARMs, which typically cap interest-rate increases.
FOUR MONTANA DAILIES are crying foul over the action of their Washington, D.C., pollster in allowing the Republican Party to piggyback on their poll with questions that the papers say struck at their accuracy and credibility.
A man who has (http://www.khq.com/story/37001964/notorious-piggy-back-bandit-spotted-in-north-central-high-school) earned the title of "Piggyback Bandit" was arrested Friday after rubbing a random 14-year-old boy's shoulders and back at Newark Liberty International Airport, police said.
The deduction was created to bring parity between insured loans and so-called "piggyback" loans.