Truth In Lending Act (TILA)

Business / Loan / Truth In Lending Act (TILA): This is a federal law designed to protect borrowers and to give them enough information to comparison shop for loans. TILA requires certain disclosures about the loan and when they must be given to the borrower. TILA also provides additional protections and prohibitions.

Other Words for Act

Act Noun Synonyms: deed, action, undertaking, operation, step, move, feat, exploit, accomplishment, achievement
Act Verb Synonyms: behave (oneself), carry on, deport oneself, comport oneself, conduct oneself

Other Words for Truth

Truth Verb Synonyms: genuineness, reality, actuality, correctness, accuracy, fact


Life Style / Wine Grapes / Osteiner: White-wine creating cultivar developed at the Geisenheim Research Institute resulting from a cross of Riesling x Sylvaner. Has synonym name Geisenheim 9-97. Currently found on limited acreages in the MORE


Health / Massage / Osteokinetics: This therapy utilizes dialogue, coached breathing, and applying qigong from one side of the body through to the other while lengthening, stretching and manipulating the body, all of which creates spac MORE


Health / Dentistry / Osseointegration: Implies that a contact is established without interposition of non-bone tissue between normal remodeled bone and an implant entailing a sustained transfer and distribution of load from the implant to MORE

Orphan (international adoption definition)

Life Style / Adoption / Orphan (international adoption definition): For immigration purposes, a child under the age of 16: • whose parents have died or disappeared • who has been abandoned or otherwise separated from both parents • whose sole surviving parent is MORE


Business / Finance / Originator: A bank, savings and loan, or mortgage banker that initially made a mortgage loan that is part of a pool. Also, an investment bank that has worked with the issuer of a new securities offering from the MORE

Orographic Lifting

Science / Weather / Orographic Lifting: Where the flow of air is forced up and over barriers such as highlands or mountains. Moist air being forced aloft begins to cool, consequently condensation forms, and rain or snow begins to fall. By t MORE