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expense

n. in business accounting and business taxation, any current cost of operation, such as rent, utilities, and payroll, as distinguished from capital expenditure for long-term property and equipment. (See: capital expenditure)

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When no sites would have become active, the F--105G was to expend its AGM--45/78s at the pre-planned target.
This will expend 770 kcal a day, an amount associated with a lower risk of premature death," Ramadi added.
Out of the total amount, Rs 1.8 million was estimated to be expended for the privileges of retired Judges of the High Court, on communication, utilities, travel and transport.
The correlation between height and leg length suggests that to expend 3 METs, a 5-foot-tall person would need 111 steps per minute, someone who is 5 feet 6 inches tall would need 103 steps per minute, a 6-foot-tall person would need 94 steps per minute, and someone who is 6 feet 6 inches tall would need 85 steps per minute, the investigators said (J.
Doubling your effort to expend 2,000 calories per week will provide even greater benefit.
By reducing air resistance, the newest Swift Skin helps skaters expend less energy fighting drag.
Additionally, preservice teachers perceived that they would have to expend a higher degree of instructional effort (i.e., outcome expectancy) in order for students with poor affect to reach grade level expectation in mathematics.
If Bush were to spend his political capital fighting for partial privatization of Social Security and expend none of his influence on pushing the marriage amendment, the Arlington Group maintained that outrage would be fostered in the "countless voters who stood with [Bush] just a few weeks ago, including an unprecedented number of African-Americans, Latinos and Catholics who broke with tradition and supported the president solely because of the issue."
* use the eye piece as the LCD can illuminate them, as well as rapidly expend battery life; and
On average respondents estimated they would expend approximately 15,000 hours of internal and external staff time and face a 38% increase in audit lees.
"I want kids to expend all their energy in the dojo.
Recyclers of industrial and commercial streams, who think as business owners first and foremost, would be quick to explain the law of diminishing returns when chasing secondary commodities: Don't expend a lot of energy and time for a quantity of material that doesn't justify the expense.