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1. Housing expense

2. Herd Instinct

3. Hash rate

4. holocaust restitution payments

5. heel bead

6. hedged portfolio

7. hard edge

8. Half Raster

9. horse trading

10. heavily

11. hard burned

12. Hte

13. Honor

14. Hacker Insurance

15. hopper window

16. house paint

17. home office expense

18. Humana v. Commissioner

19. hard money

20. Health insurance

21. Hydrocarbons

22. HLA

23. Homicide

24. hectogram

25. Hedonic Pricing

26. HMO

27. Hot issue

28. Hard Money Lender

29. Hot

30. High flyer

31. horizontal

32. Hands-Free

33. Homestead Credit

34. Hush Money

35. Hospital revenue bond

36. header course

37. hard market

38. Heatmap

39. Health Reimbursement Account - HRA

40. Helsinki Stock Exchange

41. honed finish limestone

42. Head Count

43. HK

44. hold harmless agreement

45. Hypothetical Restoration Costs

46. Historical yield

47. high close

48. honed limestone

49. Holding period

50. hospital latch

51. Health Care Service Activities ISIC Rev. 3

52. Haas School of Business

53. hone

54. homeowners association

55. hole

56. hygroscopic

57. HMD

58. Honesty Bond

59. Harper Group v. Commissioner

60. heat trim

61. HEX

62. Household Saving

63. Historical Simulation

64. Housing Counseling Agency

65. High current income mutual fund

66. heads of agreement

67. hazardous electrical location classification

68. Hazardous Activity

69. hook reversal

70. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act

71. harmonised European index

72. Heavy Metals

73. high-ratio mortgage

74. heat transfer

75. Hollywood Stock Exchange (HSX)

76. Health Reimbursement Arrangement

77. Houston Terms

78. habitable room

79. handrail

80. hand drill

81. Hard Coal

82. Heir At Law

83. high-premium convertible debenture

84. HR-10 plan

85. high-low method

86. Homeowner's insurance

87. Hometowned

88. Hell-or-high-water contract

89. honorary secretary

90. Host security

91. Hong Kong Futures Exchange (HKFE)

92. House maintenance requirement

93. hydrostatic test

94. Home Owners' Loan Corporation (holc)

95. Homeostasis

96. highly

97. High-grade

98. Highly Indebted Poor Country (HIPC) Trust Fund

99. homeowner

100. held to maturity

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Committee On Uniform Security Identification Procedures (CUSIP) Service Bureau

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The CUSIP Service Bureau, operated by Standard & Poor's for the american bankers association, exists for the primary purpose of uniquely identifying issuers and issues of financial instruments within a standard framework, and disseminating this data to the financial marketplace via various media. cusip numbers and standardized descriptions are used by virtually all sectors of the financial industry, and are critical for the accurate and efficient clearance and settlement of securities as well as back-office processing.

The CUSIP Service Bureau seeks to assign unique numbers and standardized descriptions in a timely and accurate manner, using its best efforts to use primary or reliable sources of information. However, because of the possibility of human or mechanical error by securities issuers, CUSlP's sources, Standard & Poor's or others, neither Standard & Poor's nor the american bankers association guarantees the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of any information, and Standard & Poor's and the american bankers association are not responsible for any errors or omissions or for the results obtained from use of such information.

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