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    How would you split this sentence in two?

    The process that ABO uses to select the loans for QCD pledging does not eliminate all loans that do not meet FHLB Schedule of Eligible Collateral.

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    Re: How would you split this sentence in two?

    Welcome to the forum.

    I'm unlikely to do anything with a sentence I don't understand.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: How would you split this sentence in two?

    If you rewrite it in a way that explains what it means you are sure to produce more than one sentence! (Probably more than two )

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    Re: How would you split this sentence in two?

    While I do not understand all the alphabet soup in the sentence, I understand the structure. I think it would be difficult to split the sentence. It expresses one thought: The process that ABO uses to select loans does not eliminate all loans that fail to meet [a particular standard].

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