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  • noun Plural form of repossession.

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Examples

  • One wonders what Gordon Brown, his Cabinet minions and Pravda/BBC will say when inflation even per their fiddled measure is over 10%, unemployment even per their fiddled measure is over 3 million, the pound reaches parity with the Euro and drops below 1.3 against the Dollar, house values are down 40& on their peak with concomitant rises in repossessions and over a third of the FTSE 100 Companies have left the UK to escape the swingeing increases in company taxation ...

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • I feel sorry for people who lost their homes, had food taken off the table so they cannot feed their kids, plus not to name repossessions of Automobiles.

    Think Progress

  • I feel sorry for people who lost their homes, had food taken off the table so they cannot feed their kids, plus not to name repossessions of Automobiles.

    Think Progress

  • Under "repossessions," the filing lists a 2004 Aston Martin, which it estimates was worth

    WIBW - HomePage - Headlines

  • Under "repossessions," the filing lists a 2004 Aston Martin, which it estimates was worth

    WIBW - HomePage - Headlines

  • A respite from war and recession, redundancy and repossessions.

    The norms of Norman Rockwell | Peter Preston

  • Or is an increase in the misery caused by a new round of repossessions thought, by economic boffins, to be another price worth paying?

    Interest raters: a risk to bank on | Martin Weale

  • Or is an increase in the misery caused by a new round of repossessions thought, by economic boffins, to be another price worth paying?

    Interest raters: a risk to bank on | Martin Weale

  • The loss came during a quarter in which Freddie was forced to suspend the foreclosure process in certain states after paperwork errors that surfaced in September prompted several mortgage servicers, including units of Bank of America Corp. and J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., to halt repossessions.

    Freddie Mac Reports $2.5 Billion Loss, Warns of Weak Housing Market

  • Anyone remember when repossessions reached an astronomical 80,000 during the early 1990s?

    Interest raters: a risk to bank on | Martin Weale

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