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  • n. Plural form of furnisher.

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Examples

  • But in practice, consumer lawyers argue, credit reporting agencies often ignore evidence supplied by consumers and simply ask lenders -- called furnishers, in credit bureau language -- to "verify" the debt.

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  • Wow, all furnishers are looking very cool. this article is very nice.

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  • Probably made by Doulton's down in Lambeth, the richness of colour and design still appears as fresh as the day the pub furnishers carefully fitted them into place.

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  • There have been decorators and furnishers up from Plymouth, and it is evident that our friend has large ideas, and means to spare no pains or expense to restore the grandeur of his family.

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  • At 5 they have Oka: Designer furnishers co-founded by by Lady Annabel Astor, David Cameron's mother-in-law.

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  • Wif awl dat off-wite floof, teh furnishers will be coordinatin ennywai.

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  • But these days, home furnishers are hurting from the housing-market collapse that resulted from those low rates and credit that turned out to be too easy to get.

    Declining Sales, Higher Costs

  • "The reporting format provides a uniform process for data furnishers to provide data to consumer reporting agencies," says Norm Magnuson,

    Dealing With Debt That Refuses to Die

  • Both sides were now arming, and there was the unmistakeable signs of approaching battle, when, as the first incident, there issued from the Boeotian lines a long train bent on departure — these were the furnishers of the market, a detachment of baggage bearers, and in general such people as had no inclination to join in the fight.

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  • I will get to work now, call in the architects, the furnishers, the drapers — prepare for his return.

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