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  • n. Plural form of rollover.

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Examples

  • The measure would cap the annual interest rate for a payday loan at 391 percent, ban so-called "rollovers" -- where a borrower who can't afford to pay off the loan essentially renews it and pays large fees -- and prevent lenders from suing borrowers or docking their wages to collect the debt.

    Firstcoastnews.com Local News

  • The measure would cap the annual interest rate for a payday loan at 391 percent, ban so-called "rollovers" - where a borrower who can't afford to pay off the loan essentially renews it and pays large fees - and prevent lenders from suing borrowers or docking their wages to collect the debt.

    Rocky Mount Telegram - Business

  • The rollovers are a relatively inexpensive way to finance a new business, said Jeremy Ames, chief executive of Bellevue, Washington-based

    Bloomberg

  • "When you start getting into larger operations, like junkyard fires and tanker rollovers, that is where these units come into play," Joubert said.

    News from www.thesunchronicle.com

  • Maybe the rollovers were a truck design problem after all.

    News for WSLS 10

  • For example, many Flash websites rely on "rollovers", which pop up menus or other elements when the mouse arrow hovers over a specific spot.

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs rips Adobe Flash

  • Don't fail to order the "rollovers" appetizer at Chicane's in Sebring.

    WN.com - Articles related to Coffee, tea exporter to shut down

  • The thieves called the withdrawals "rollovers" toward future benefits.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • Any legitimate complaints against the payday lending industry could easily be resolved with just minor regulations, such as limiting or eliminating "rollovers" of loans, which can make it tougher to pay off the loan principle.

    PRWeb - Daily News Feed

  • For example, many Flash websites rely on "rollovers," which pop up menus or other elements when the mouse arrow hovers over a specific spot.

    IntoMobile

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