At Large


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At Large

Not limited to any place, person, or topic; for example, a representative at large is elected by the voters of the state as a whole rather than voters of a particular district. Free from control or restraint, such as a criminal at large.

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This process was most evident at large regional banks, where--owing in part to charge-offs--loans to foreign governments fell nearly one-third and C&I loans to foreign addressees decline 6-1/2 percent.
Diane previously served as Member at Large for the LMA's National Board.