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Smith draws important distinctions between the different realms of love and overlays notions of worthiness upon them.
The newcomers have been awarded the best-ever,fivestar crash worthiness ratings by the Australian new car assessment programme backed by all of the country's motoring organisations and statutory transport bodies.
The ECB president urged the nation to take measures at enhancing the country's credit worthiness.
1 Presenting oneself to receive Holy Communion should be a conscious decision, based on a reasoned judgement regarding one's worthiness to do so, according to the Church's objective criteria, asking such questions as: in full communion with the Catholic Church?
Rhode cautions that debit cards, which have only been in use for nine years, haven't built the same credit worthiness in the industry as credit cards because transactions sometimes take longer to post, and some merchants don't always check for sufficient funds.
Much as the credit reporting industry relies on scores to determine borrower credit worthiness, the FNIS HQ Score enables lenders, underwriters and investors to accurately assess current and future collateral value, helping them control risk and reduce transaction time.
Basically what happened was that there was some kind of situation going on with the brokers where they were inventing things about the borrowers in terms of credit worthiness, and I got caught in the middle of this quagmire.
Credit Worthiness -- In an economic recovery, lower-rated companies are better able to improve their credit worthiness.
At the end of the competition, the chefs' creations were rated by area celebrity judges on taste, flavor, creativity, presentation and restaurant worthiness.
We tested four software applications that are supposed to help you evaluate your business worthiness.