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Borrowing base: Borrowing base is an accounting metric used by financial institutions to estimate the available collateral on a borrower's assets in order to evaluate the size of the credit that may be extended. Typically, the calculation of borrowing base is used for revolving loans, and the borrowing base determines the maximum credit line available to the borrower.
Borrowing statute: Within the United States, a statute of limitations is typically deemed to be a procedural law, meaning that a state will ordinarily apply its own statute of limitations to any case that is filed within its courts. A borrowing statute, is a statute under which a U.S. state may "borrow" a shorter statute of limitations for a cause of action arising in another jurisdiction.
Borrowing (Control and Guarantees) Act 1946: The Borrowing Act 1946 was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that allowed HM Treasury to directly regulate borrowing within England and Wales and Scotland.
Borrowing hydrogen: Borrowing hydrogen catalysis, also called hydrogen autotransfer, is an important catalytic concept. "Borrowing hydrogen" can be seen as an example of Green chemistry.