falling due

See: maturity
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More than once our hearts were made to bleed, as it were, because bills were falling due that we did not have the money to meet.
More than a dozen times, when bills figuring up into the hundreds of dollars were falling due, I applied to the white men of Tuskegee for small loans, often borrowing small amounts from as many as a half-dozen persons, to meet our obligations.
Analysts expect it to carry on falling due to a glut of oil from Russia and Iraq.
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The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) granted temporary regulatory relief to banks in Zamboanga City as well as their clients who may have credit obligations falling due between 9 September and 8 November 2013.
Price of the crude worldwide have been falling due to jitters emanating from demand decrease in China and the United States.
1 mbpd in April, its highest for more than 30 years at a time when supplies from Iran have been falling due to a European Union oil embargo that took effect on July 1.
Summary: New research has revealed that the value of second-hand cars is rising instead of falling due to a shortage in supply.
In February 2009, however, Lin said CPC only wanted to cut its LNG imports about 13% this year as domestic demand was falling due to the global crisis.
industrial output data, before falling due to soaring crude oil prices, dealers said.
CREDIT information provider ICC Credit says basic director salaries in large UK companies are falling due to performancer elated deals.
Turnover for Canterbury Foods has been falling due to a gradual reduction in sales to Burger King as a result of the contract ending in the summer.