argentic


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ar·gen·tic

 (är-jĕn′tĭk)
adj.
Of or containing silver.

argentic

(ɑːˈdʒɛntɪk)
adj
(Elements & Compounds) chem of or containing silver in the divalent or trivalent state
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Adj.1.argentic - relating to compounds in which silver is bivalent
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Global Banking News-March 13, 2019-Silverpeak Argentic rebrands as Argentic to reflect growth in real estate lending platform
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-March 13, 2019-Silverpeak Argentic rebrands as Argentic to reflect growth in real estate lending platform
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 13, 2019-Silverpeak Argentic rebrands as Argentic to reflect growth in real estate lending platform
HFF worked on behalf of the borrower, Accordia Realty Ventures (Accordia), to recapitalize the asset with a $22.425 million, 10-year securitized loan with Silverpeak Argentic (Silverpeak) and a $4.575 million, 10-year mezzanine loan with Morrison Street Capital (Morrison Street) totaling $27 million in loan proceeds.
HFF worked on behalf of the borrower, Accordia Really Ventures, to recapitalize the asset with a $22,425 million, 10-year securitized loan with Silverpeak Argentic and a $4,575 million, 10-year mezzanine loan with Morrison Street Capital totaling $27 million in loan proceeds.
HFF worked on behalf of the borrower, Accordia Realty Ventures to recapitalize the asset with a $22.425 million, 10-year securitized loan with Silverpeak Argentic, and a $4.575 million, 10-year mezzanine loan with Morrison Street Capital totaling $27 million in loan proceeds.
The loans were contributed to the trust by: Column Financial, Inc., Natixis Real Estate Capital LLC, Argentic Real Estate Finance LLC, Rialto Real Estate Fund II - Debt, LP and Ladder Capital Finance LLC.
This argentic dimension has not been reasoned by the author in the book.
The project is therefore a kind of journal--his journal--one that narrates his life and our history, the disappearance of argentic photography, the politics and society of Beirut.
We suggested that although all individuals, irrespective of cultural group, are able to form stereotypes as previously described, those who are part of cultural groups that appears specially likely to perceive groups as social agents (i.e., collectivist cultures) may develop and apply stereotypes more readily, compared to societies in which social groups are perceived as less argentic (i.e., individualistic cultures).
These traits are inconsistent with those society perceives to be necessary for successful leadership, which are predominantly argentic (e.g., being assertive, dominant, forceful, self-reliant, masterful) (Kellerman & Rhode, 2007).