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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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26, 2017 had been conducted in line with the borrowing calendar.
Individually, you will know if you have borrowed much but if you do your math and know that the borrowing can repay itself, then you can relax.
According to the Bureau of the Treasury, gross external borrowings for the month totaled P14.
In conjunction, the next regularly scheduled borrowing base redetermination will occur on or about 1 October 2016.
If we were to interpret the lending term known as " Five - Six" as borrowing five and repaying six in say 30 days, this means borrowing 5 units or five pesos and repaying 6 units or pesos in 30 days.
We are alerting the government to stop borrowing and if it wants to do so next time, then it should be done through us - legislators.
To ensure it did not exceed the UK Public Sector Borrowing Requirement (PSBR) it would also be subject to HM Treasury approval based on a robust revenue stream (tolls, block grant, new taxation powers transferred to the National Assembly), which does not put excess pressure on future current expenditure.
According to latest data of the central bank, borrowings forbudgetary support during July-Sept 27 were Rs262bn compared with Rs197bn in the same period a year earlier.
During last fiscal year, the sector did not make borrowings for expansion / new projects, but borrowings remained limited to working capital which was reflected in increased exports.
For this section to apply, either the company must incur the borrowing to buy the stock or the purchase must be directly traceable to the borrowing.
A close look at some parts of the recently proposed budget reveals that despite some modest cuts in some areas, the Bush administration will continue to fund unconstitutional programs and initiatives of dubious value, while increasing the cost of government through continued borrowing.
An original story by Marcie Gilbert and Jamie Green, Zee Adventure One: Borrowing China is a whimsical picturebook about a red-haired, green-eyed girl named Zee who sets out to ask to borrow the country of China for her mother's dinner party, not realizing that her mother just wants to rent fancy plates.