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  • More Small Lenders Banked on Fed Fed Kept Taps Open for Banks in Crisis Banks Face Borrowing Stigma Fed Unveils Discount-Window Loans Many in the bank industry have always assumed that, as long as a bank can pledge loans and securities, it can borrow from the discount window.

    Fed's Discount Window: Closed for Banks on Brink

  • Banked blood lasts only 42 days, has to be refrigerated and must be cross-matched to patients to avoid negative reactions with incompatible blood types.

    The Quest For Artificial Blood

  • Banked in steep, thick cloud cover even at this low elevation, it had enabled him to glide in unseen and unheard.

    Harbinger

  • Banked in steep, thick cloud cover even at this low elevation, it had enabled him to glide in unseen and unheard.

    Harbinger

  • Banked deep in front of the small shops and trattorias on the Via Merulana, a two-mile-long column of worshipers greeted the virgin.

    Cradle and All

  • Banked deep in front of the small shops and trattorias on the Via Merulana, a two-mile-long column of worshipers greeted the virgin.

    Cradle and All

  • Banked deep in front of the small shops and trattorias on the Via Merulana, a two-mile-long column of worshipers greeted the virgin.

    Cradle and All

  • The gate to the fence was closed and Banked by two guards.

    Blood of Amber

  • The night was moonless but filled with stars, and the concourse below Banked by globes of phosphorescent liquid set atop high poles, long-tailed mountain moths darting about them.

    Blood of Amber

  • Banked like black pillows against the horizon, the clouds were ominous, The moon lurked behind them, sometimes piercing them sufficiently to send a pale tentative beam down on to the glistening marsh or its ragged, grassy frontiers.

    The Weird Of The White Wolf

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