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borrowing

the process by which money is received subject to a condition for repayment, either on demand or at some ascertainable future time.
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Tupman, thus solemnly adjured, stated the case in a few words; touched slightly on the borrowing of the coat; expatiated largely on its having been done 'after dinner'; wound up with a little penitence on his own account; and left the stranger to clear himself as best he could.
One cloud on the horizon for all UK universities is a possible change in how their borrowings are classified.
KARACHI -- The government's borrowings during the first quarter (July-September) of this fiscal year touched Rs513 billion, the State Bank said.
They further explain that it was the rating for home currency borrowings that was lowered and that the rating for the foreign currency borrowing has remained the same.
Such arrangements can fluctuate materially during a reporting period, which means that presentation of period-end amounts of short-term borrowings alone may not be indicative of that company's funding needs or activities during the period.
When multiple, non-specific borrowings are incurred, the entity's weighted average borrowing cost is the basis for capitalization.
4 million principal amount of Term Loan A-1 borrowings and $87.
Since July 2006, homeowners with mortgages have reduced their unsecured borrowings by an average pounds 197.
SAVINGS now outweigh borrowings for the first time in four years.
The revenue ruling relates to affiliate borrowings used to fund business operations of a dealer in exempt obligations.
If borrowing in any year exceeds the premium for that year, the excess is considered to be borrowings used to finance the previous year's premium.
All equations were also estimated by 2SLS using the predetermined right-hand-side variables, lagged values of the endogenous right-hand-side variables, and the borrowings target for seasonal and adjustment borrowing as instruments.