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lock-in

n
an illegal session of selling alcohol in a bar after the time when it should, by law, be closed
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During this period Amazigh migrants from the working-class area of Cornella, who were in the lock-in in the Pilar church, began to come together.
The solution that I propose is straightforward and simple - free, universal, locally sourced, hot school lunches, given to all pupils under the age of 16, coupled with a policy whereby pupils are not allowed off the school site at lunchtime - a lunchtime lock-in, so to speak.
This can involve paying a fee to the lender, depending on the length of the lock-in period.
Those associate members whose reports are graded during the lock-in will be notified of results in April.
Policies governing all aspects of origination determine how efficiently pipeline lock-in "options" are exercised.
A key provision of the amendments recently signed into law by Governor Mario Cuomo requires mortgage brokers, as well as mortgage banks, to fully disclose all conditions of mortgage rate lock-ins, to list all documents and conditions required to close the loan, and to provide written notice to a mortgage applicant no later than 12 business days prior to the expiration date of the lock-in.
A more desirable, and perhaps more feasible, alternative to extensive new legislation is to encourage greater efforts by lenders to ensure that adequate information is provided voluntarily to consumers about the costs of refinancings and the degree to which a lock-in can be relied on.
Check out how VMware's vRA stacks up: a cluster suck approach results in vendor lock-in, with a typical deployment range of months to quarters, and on-going care and feeding which eats away at the automation and agility ROI a CMP is supposed to deliver.
First thing they do is get a lock-in and before you know it people are stoating around the bar half-canned at 5am, breaking the law by smoking inside and serving up rolls and square sausage.
On the wholesale side, where Directors usually sees borrowers lock-in for between 10 and 30 days, February registered the heavy fallout that resulted from the rate drops at the start of the year.
We had one drink, the bell was rung and then that most glorious of things, a lock-in.
Lenders provide the borrower the opportunity to lock-in an interest rate and points on the loan product of choice prior to closing the mortgage loan transaction.