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They uncovered evidence that he had dipped into his clients’ insurance premiums for his own uses and borrowed money to keep his real estate business afloat.
This is not to single you out, “Navigating,” just borrowing you to make a larger point that’s been bugging me a lot lately.
This task was borrowed from an old experiment that asked lab subjects to turn little wooden pegs.
AM I BORING YOU? (EP. 225 REBROADCAST)STEPHEN J. DUBNERFEBRUARY 25, 2021FREAKONOMICS
Mobile lending apps have become an easy source of credit for Kenyans who don’t have accounts with banks and other traditional financial institutions, or the regular income needed to borrow from such establishments.
Then again, the glory of American cuisine is the way it borrows from other cultures and comes up with something all its own.
When the husband came over to borrow two eggs for a cake his wife was making, I had my robotic vacuum on the counter as I was cleaning it.
MISS MANNERS: NEIGHBOR PROMISED A REPLACEMENT FOR VACUUM PLAYMATEJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINFEBRUARY 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Ceramic heaters borrow from this method, using an internal, self-regulating ceramic element and fan to quickly heat a room.
Furthermore, banks have raised their lending standards to hedge against economic uncertainty, making it tougher for many to borrow.
What happened in mid-March to mid-April is that the companies came in and borrowed hundreds of billions of dollars from the banking system, including $70 billion in two weeks from us, with commercial loans.
If you’re still interested, maybe borrow a friend’s before you commit to dropping this amount of cash, especially since you’ll probably be inside for a while.

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