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(1) Thanks a lot for lending me the money.
(2) She beguiled me into lending her money.
(3) My heart misgave him about lending him the money.
(4) The bank is reassessing its criteria for lending money.
(5) She beguiled me into lending her my car.
(6) She doesn't like lending her books.
(7) German banks are more generous in their lending.
(8) A cut in lending rates would give a fillip to the housing market.
(9) It calls for the exclusion of all commercial lending institutions from the college loan program.
(10) He's very stingy about lending money.
(11) He talked his father into lending him the car.
(12) Banks have brought trouble on themselves by lending rashly.
(13) He tricked me into lending him £100.
(14) Banks were chary of lending the company more money.
(15) Thank you for lending me your car.
(16) She wheedled me into lending her my new coat.
(17) The bank left its lending rates unchanged.
(18) Look, I'm not lending you my car(sentencedict.com), full stop!
(19) He's always lending her money; he's too soft-hearted.
(20) UK banks tend to concentrate on short-term lending.
(21) He lied me into lending him my car.
(22) Banks have raised their lending rates by 2%.
(23) I was taking a big risk in lending her the money.
(24) You're lending them money? You must be out of your tiny mind!
(25) The banks are lending money at a competitive rate of interest.
(26) Thanks for lending me your big lawn - mower. It was just the job for the long grass.
(27) The country had been declared ineligible for World Bank lending.
(28) Please accept the use of our cottage as a quid pro quo for lending us your car.
(29) First, interest rates may take longer to fall than is hoped. Second, in real terms, lending may fall. Third, bad loans could wipe out much of any improvement.
(30) A line has to be drawn somewhere I can't go on lending you money.
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