Definition of Relend
1. lend [v -LENT, -LENDING, -LENDS] - See also: lend
Lexicographical Neighbors of Relend
Literary usage of Relend
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Tobacco Policy Making in California 2001-2003: No Longer Finishing First edited by Jeffrey Archer, Simon Bainbridge (2003)
"Intermediaries must relend all of the loan funds received from the IRP loan, for business facilities or community development in rural areas. ..."
2. The Economic Synthesis: A Study of the Laws of Income by Achille Loria, Eden Paul (1914)
"... the Venetian laws of September 28th, 1374, and November 21st, 1403, visit with severe punishments bankers who relend deposits ; again, the law condemns ..."
3. Right and Riches by Charles Orville McCasland (1908)
"... banking concerns and trust companies constituting them a "blind pool" to relend it to others, to again relend or invest it for the purchase of capital. ..."
4. Federal Funding Sources for Rural Areas, 1998 edited by M. Louise Reynnells (1999)
"... loan to a nonprofit corporation to relend to businesses within a State; ... corporation to relend to businesses within six counties in two States; ..."
5. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (1806)
"They were afterwards deposited in the temple of Peace ; and f The curious reader may consult the leamed and accurate treatise of Hadrian relend, ..."
6. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1904)
"In that case the referee also found that, taking into consideration the intervals occurring between the taking in and relend- ing of loans, a continuous ..."