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immanent

of or relating to the pantheistic conception of God, as being present throughout the universe
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Rather, the vital immanency of Blake's self-irony produces a metalepsis, a potentially liberating reversal of cause and effect.
Almost 70% of downgrades affected classes already rated below 'B', generally reflecting an increase in the immanency of bond default rather than an increase in lifetime mortgage pool loss;
However, while all three classes are expected to eventually default, the immanency of default is more consistent with that seen by 'CCC' rated classes than by 'CC' rated classes.