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borrow

Research ethics
A euphemism meaning to plagiarise.
 
Vox populi
To receive from another as a loan, with the implied or expressed intention of returning the identical article or its equivalent in kind; the opposite of lend.
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MP Samuel Rantuana of Ramotswa had wanted to know how many borrow pits had been allocated to the company constructing the Ramotswa-Boatle road and when the environmental impact assessment of those borrow pits was done and how many were operational.
Specifically, the trustee allowed the counterparty to borrow the pledged shares without first securing the taxpayer's consent.
Further, it is predicted that the majority of those who would change their borrowing pattern would seek to borrow less than they did.
75% now, although those who borrow large amounts pay less, down to 7.
But a single agency that can borrow money for all the parks, and issue government-backed debt, says Leal, gives Congress and the park service "another [way] to dip into the pork barrel.
If the bank did not borrow in either of the two prior periods, it is in state h = 1 in period t, where there is no penalty for borrowing.
Finally, it is important to note that most jurisdictions have ruled that even when the borrowing statute is triggered, they will not borrow a statute of limitation longer than the limitation period of the forum state.
The data show that, except for 1990, bank borrowing is always higher for December 31 than for the bi-weekly average that includes December 31, and the daily Federal funds rate tends to spike at the end of the year as banks strive to borrow to build up asset totals.
Debt is not always a bad thing, of course; it's what it's used for that determines whether it's been smart or stupid to borrow.
BALTIMORE -- Borrow Baby Couture unveiled its fall inventory today and announced that they have added designers Dior, Versace, and Chloe.
Housing Minister Kris Hopkins today (7 July 2014) confirmed that 15 councils will be able to borrow Au60 million additional funds over the next 2 years to build over 1,000 homes in their area.
The following are recommended next steps for policymakers and institutional leaders to help students understand borrowing for college: (1) Help high school counselors and others address issues of loan aversion; (2) Develop institutional programs that extend financial literacy and offer emergency financial support; (3) Consider changes in the financial aid system to reduce the need for borrowing; and (4) Evaluate the wisdom of prohibiting students who need or want to borrow from doing so.