- n. Plural form of filing.
“This interactive shows the percentage of housing units that received at least one foreclosure filing during the quarter, the total number of housing units with filings and the percentage change in filings from the previous year.”
“The other comment about magnetic paint being filled with iron filings is correct.”
“Pursuing mortgage servicers for improper filings is an important new "prong" of the trustee program's efforts to oversee the flood of bankruptcy cases following the mortgage crisis, Clifford White III, director of the program, said in an August speech.”
“Some may argue the cure was worse than the disease, but clearly allowing companies to put utter fiction in their SEC filings is not good for investors.”
“Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Christopher Cox announced today that the source code for the Interactive Financial Report Viewer that enables investors to analyze companiesâ€ ™ interactive data filings is now available via its Web site for free use by the market.”
“In a separate vessel, dissolve some tin filings in just enough aqua regia to make a solution.”
“If what Dotzauer's lawyer said in those 1994 filings is true ... the IRS will have a Field Day on this one.”
“Also: FECInfo (Political Moneyline) and Dwight Morris have posted raw FEC filings from the candidates.”
“The project has already been useful in filings regarding environemntal regulation, demonstrating the malfeasance of users of the coast, and in showing the effects of abuse of land.”
“Based on its latest legal filings, which is nevertheless only a partial listing of grantees, a casual review reveals five organizations which are under Federal investigation yet still receive Komen funds.”
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Items of little or no value that are left behind by physical or biological processes other than passing through an alimentary canal. See also Valse's Leftovers and reesetee's Hogwash! for other tak...
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