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saving

(sāv'ing),
Rapid recovery of a complex motor skill after a long absence of practice.
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Bank, an ongoing supporter of America Saves and Military Saves, will participate in America Saves and Military Saves Week from February 25 to March 2, to further encourage healthy savings habits among consumers.
He said he is eager to explore the administration's new savings plans.
By making small savings from your everyday spending over the next six weeks, you Could save up to pounds 300 - or pounds 600 if your partner joins in - towards the cost of Christmas or that holiday you have been dreaming off.
I was never told about money or saving, that's why it didn't come naturally," she says.
In both Titanic and Saving Private Ryan, directors James Cameron and Steven Spielberg, working at the top of their forms, have thrown us into the midst of two of the most unforgettable events of the 20th century and succeeded in creating films that eclipse all previous attempts to tell these stories.
Government deficits, however, place pressure on resources and credit markets only if they are not offset by saving elsewhere in the economy.
Dawson credited his mother for instilling in him the importance of saving.
But as I, like Peter, accept Jesus as the Messiah, my Savior, I am opened to the potential of his saving power going far beyond me.
Money, My Community and Me" is aimed at helping Cleveland-area students begin to grasp the concepts of financial literacy, budgeting and saving.
com with financial information, saving strategies, and membership registration for the Black America Saves Club.
It isn't as if daylight saving was some kind of ancient calendar device.
com/reports/c43547) has announced the addition of Comprehensive Analysis of Energy Saving Business and Competitive Technologies to their offering.