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warrantor

an individual or company that provides a warranty
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As the responsibility as well as the capacity to ensure reliable infrastructure services passes to the private sector, the state increasingly becomes a warrantor of last resort, stepping in when private provisions fail.
Colin Tizzard's new recruit just got the better of Warrantor but both horses are set for round two at Chepstow.
Under the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act (MMWA), in 1975, the FTC promulgated the Disclosure Rule, which provides disclosure requirements for written warranties on products that cost more than $15, specifies language for certain disclosures, and requires simple language in a single document, and the Pre-Sale Availability Rule, which describes how warrantors and sellers must provide warranty terms before a sale.
Warrantor defeated subsequent winner Jennys Surprise at Lingfield on his penultimate start and it is not beyond the realms of possibility that Cheltenham could come into play with big run in Cumbria.
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Warren Greatrex is enjoying a memorable season and relies on Warrantor in the Lanzarote.
WARRANTOR looks well weighted for his handicap bow in the William Hill Lanzarote Hurdle (2.
At Kempton Warrantor can land the William Hill Lanzarote Hurdle (2.
This proposal has potential practical application, since it is not a big deviation from the current role of the Security Council as world warrantor of peace, and its capacity to issue binding resolutions and to impose sanctions will be maintained.
Nonetheless, in another article on Augustine, published in 1930, Arendt returned to the role of memory as decisive not only for the "unity" or "meaningfulness" of human life, but also as the warrantor of "reality".
8226; Let all Alliance members facilitate their business relations and minimize their risks of working with the vast and uneasy market of Russia and CIS, get financial guarantees and marketing support from ACEX Alliance who is going to be the warrantor of the reciprocal trustworthiness to all companies who are members of the Alliance
The federal government is warrantor and we indeed as a federal government have continuously supported by providing the warrant for the loan, by ensuring negotiations with the World Bank and agencies that the loan is granted to the state to support its development.