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Word: collateral

Definition: security given for loan; ADJ: secondary; descended from the same person but through different sons or daughters

Sentences Containing 'collateral'

"Notwithstanding that Bear Stearns continued to have high quality collateral to provide as security for borrowings, market counterparties became less willing to enter into collateralized funding arrangements with Bear Stearns," said Cox.
A CDS can be unsecured (without collateral) and be at higher risk for a default. Description.
A secured loan is a loan in which the borrower pledges some asset (e.g. a car or property) as collateral. A mortgage loan is a very common type of debt instrument, used by many individuals to purchase housing.
Although of military necessity, the act would have caused significant collateral damage to neighboring civilians.
Although traditionally unsecured, these loans are increasingly secured, so that the borrower must offer collateral or a third-party guarantee of payment.
As he holds his sister's dead body, he sees the person who killed Suzie, calling her "collateral damage".
As the issuer of vehicle titles, DMVs are also usually responsible for recording liens made with an automobile as collateral on a secured loan.
Boland held the Russian Crown Jewels as collateral for a loan of $25,000 from the Irish Republic to the Soviet Republic through the head of the Soviet Bureau, Ludwig Martens.
Chase National Bank held Dahl's BMT stock as collateral. In early June 1932 Chase sold 55,000 of those shares before the price dropped drastically.
Commercial lenders weigh the type, quality, and equity of the hard collateral very heavily.
Even minimal skirmishes may leave deep craters or even level towns from collateral damage.
First, they are pledged to the bondholders as additional collateral, thus more than assuring a AAA bond rating.
He underwent ulnar collateral ligament replacement, (aka Tommy John surgery) on July 3, 2012.
Heat and light are collateral effects of fire, and the one effect may justly be inferred from the other.
His family was a collateral branch of the counts of Pont-de-Vaux.
I had ninety pounds a year (exclusive of my house-rent and sundry collateral matters) from my aunt.
I think there'll be collateral damage but we have to impose our force, there is no other way."
If one or both parties to a CDS contract must post collateral (which is common), there can be margin calls requiring the posting of additional collateral. The required collateral is agreed on by the parties when the CDS is first issued.
If such direct proof could require any collateral evidence to confirm it, I would observe, that this has likewise been the case in France, and probably in most other parts of Europe.
If we anatomize all the other reasonings of this nature, we shall find that they are founded on the relation of cause and effect, and that this relation is either near or remote, direct or collateral.
In addition, non-Arab peoples (Iranians, Assyrians, Yezidis, Kurds) who are mistaken for Arabs because of perceived "similarities in appearance" have been collateral victims of anti-Arabism.
In the United States a commercial lender offers loans backed by hard collateral. In most cases this is real estate, but it can also include factoring, non-conforming assets, or other sources of collateral. Commercial lending practices.
Inferable from these statements, are many collateral subtile matters touching the chase of whales.
intelligence becomes interesting which but from its connection and collateral circumstances, would not be important."
It also underlines the Industry’s active engagement in the maintenance of the high quality of the collateral assets, the improvement of transparency, and eventually, the promotion of liquidity and the strengthening of secondary market activity.
Lateral collateral ligament can refer to:
Merrill Lynch seized $850 million worth of the underlying collateral but only was able to auction $100 million of them.
Precision bombing refers to the attempted aerial bombing of a target with some degree of accuracy, with the aim of limiting collateral damage.
Similarly, evidence of a collateral agreement - one that would naturally and normally be included in a separate writing - will not be barred.
Since Fusion had pledged WBKI as collateral, Valley seized control of the station and auctioned off its assets to a local buyer on April 6, 2012.
So it probably will be with many whole collateral lines of descent, which will be conquered by later and improved lines.
Soon after, Wolfe with Pino's assistance, took control of the assets of both Companies that were pledged as collateral. Later, Wolfe ended the relationship with Pino as her legal counsel, once she became suspicious that he had tried to work other deals without her knowledge and to her detriment.
The amount of fees due depend on whether the title is attached to a grandeeship or not, and on whether the heir is a direct descendant or a collateral kinsman of the previous holder.
The Apaches were reluctant to return fire; most enemy fire was coming from houses and the risk of collateral damage was high.
The kings of the collateral line of the Pallavas who were descended from Bhimavarman, the brother of Simhavishnu, are called the "Kadavas".
The Plantagenet Alliance, and the supporting fifteen 'collateral [non-direct descendants', also face the challenge that 'Basic maths shows Richard, who had no surviving children but five siblings, could have millions of "collateral" descendants' and they don't represent 'the only people who can speak on behalf of him', as one member claimed.
The Rhamphorhyncus causes a bit of collateral damage before being shot at by the panic-stricken soldiers below.
The school is named after a distant collateral ancestor of the author Thomas Hardy and Admiral Thomas Hardy; Thomas Hardy of Melcombe Regis and Frampton.
Therefore, Lord Dillon's wife was collateral heiress of Sir Henry Lee, who built the original Lodge in Wychwood Forest in Oxfordshire.
There’s such a target lock on who we’re out trying to get that the collateral damage has been ignored,” said Faison.
They provide for approving the application of a collateral heir if the direct male line dies out.
This non-recourse loan means that the loan is collateralized by mortgage debt and that the government can not seize JP Morgan Chase's assets if the mortgage debt collateral becomes insufficient to repay the loan.
This process is impaired in all subtypes of hepatic encephalopathy, either because the hepatocytes (liver cells) are incapable of metabolising the waste products or because portal venous blood bypasses the liver through collateral circulation or a medically constructed shunt.
This would be used to minimize collateral damage of a bullet in case of a miss.
Those who have challenged the decision include fifteen 'collateral descendants' of Richard, represented by the Plantagenet Alliance, who believe that the body should be reburied in York, as they claim the king wished.
Though Pope Leo the Great forbade charging interest on loans by canon law, it was not forbidden to take collateral on loans.
Though the full extent of the weapon's power is not explored, its area of effect is large enough that it is useful in space warfare and can also be contracted to an area small enough to take out a section of a man's stomach without causing collateral damage.
Thus it comes that ancient and extinct genera are often in a greater or less degree intermediate in character between their modified descendants, or between their collateral relations.
To the greater part of manufactures, besides, it has already been observed, there are other collateral manufactures of so similar a nature, that a workman can easily transfer his industry from one of them to another.
To the north, the "Casa dos Pesos" was constructed, with collateral retables, as well as a pulpit in front of the Chaepl of Santo Cristo.

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