the act of a mortgage or pledge.
foreclosure starts, according to the report, were at their lowest level since 2007.
Housing Comeback Continues! Matthew Zeitlin November 14, 2012
Johnson cautioned that at the neighborhood level, foreclosure rates produce “small, marginal effects on the overall turnout rate.”
Lower Voting Rates in Neighborhoods Hit By Foreclosure: Study Jesse Singal September 1, 2012
In 1982, Roellinger saved the sea merchant’s house from foreclosure by opening a table d’hôte (prix fixe restaurant) inside.
A Superstar Chef Does the Unthinkable Amelia Smith November 16, 2008
“That often means buying a home out of foreclosure from a bank,” the Times said.
Obama’s Awful ’70s Show Echoes Jimmy Carter Eric Alterman April 24, 2011
In June 2010, Sultan and Cohen were summoned to answer a foreclosure complaint filed by Bank of America.
Jennifer Sultan’s Arrest for Gun Running Caps Long Fall From Internet Success Matthew DeLuca July 19, 2012
Ultimately this deposit passed to the trust by foreclosure of the $10,000 mortgage.
Behind the Mirrors Clinton W. Gilbert
First suffering, then mortgage, then foreclosure and eviction, he prophesied.
The New Nation Frederic L. Paxson
Rancor gave way to reason, however, and just before the day fixed for the foreclosure sale the matter was settled.
The Armies of Labor Samuel P. Orth
All the surer, from a condition in that particular deed: foreclosure, without time.
The Death Shot Mayne Reid
Was this foreclosure regular, or was it fraudulent, as were so many of Mrs. Eddys transactions?
The Religio-Medical Masquerade Frederick William Peabody
1728, from foreclose + -ure.
A proceeding in which the financer of a mortgage seeks to regain property because the borrower has defaulted on payments.
the policy or practice of showing hostility toward foreigners, foreign customs, etc.
strict adherence to, or observance of, prescribed or traditional forms, as in music, poetry, and art. Religion. strong attachment to external forms and observances. Ethics. a doctrine that acts are in themselves right or wrong regardless of consequences. Logic, Mathematics. a doctrine, which evolved from a proposal of David Hilbert, that mathematics, including the logic […]
(of a coating, process, or the like) preventing the accumulation of barnacles, algae, etc., on underwater surfaces: The makers now use an antifouling chemical on all marine hulls. adjective (of a paint or other coating) inhibiting the growth of barnacles and other marine organisms on a ship’s bottom noun an antifouling paint or other coating
- Antifouling paint
paint applied to the portion of a hull below the waterline to poison or discourage marine animals and plants that would otherwise cling to it.