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 n.— «With that equity base and his own maverick image, Hawkins began lending to develop the Equiticorp finance company—just as he had done with CBA Finance. However, instead of rural loans Hawkins chased HNWI’s—high-net-worth individuals.» —“Equicorpse” by Robert Gottliebsen Business Review Week Jan. 27, 1989. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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