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a passage (a pipe or tunnel) through which water or electric wires can pass

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As the only British manufacturer of polyurethane coated conduit, we have seen its benefits over PVC coated conduits for certain applications.
In the past, many conduits and investment banks shied away from smaller loans--that is, transactions in the $1.
All ConQuest conduits are available empty or with factory-preassembled cable pull lines.
Commercial mortgage conduits behave differently from their more traditional counterparts in the real estate lending markets - life insurance companies.
investment and who currently treat the arrangements as conduits for U.
tax law in the area of conduits consisted primarily of one case, several rulings, and a technical advice memorandum.
Last year, two NHL teams - the Detroit Red Wings and the Montreal Canadiens - deployed branded conduits that increased their web traffic and boosted ticket and merchandise sales.
The year began with an exceptionally rosy outlook for health-care lending, but this changed dramatically in mid-August, as health-care REIT stock prices plummeted with the stock market correction and real estate mortgage investment conduits (REMICs), pension funds, insurance companies and other capital sources were negatively impacted by a widening spread between AAA bonds and two-year Treasuries.
An increasing share of the CMBS market consists of securities backed by loans originated by commercial mortgage conduits.
In addition to the distribution opportunity, the company will be giving away more than $15,000 in cash and prizes to the best conduits in eight categories from around the world.
In fact, in 1994, less than two billion dollars or 7 percent of the CMBS market was issued by the conduits, (the Well Street firms who pool, bulk and then sell the portfolios of the smaller, i.
As highly respected conduits of free education, libraries provide a tremendous benefit to communities.
Mortgage conduits are likely to be the fastest growing market component on a percentage basis, he adds.
Although these online communities are quickly becoming important conduits to consumers with well-defined shared affinities, keeping these communities vibrant and cool means smart marketers have to focus on providing meaningful solutions like Conduit's community toolbar.
They were virtually non-existent in 1992, but mortgage conduits this year will refinance nearly $2 billion of smaller income properties, helping to restore liquidity to the real estate market as they proliferate.