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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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The Library Development Unit of the Local Government Management Agency is currently compiling a full list of the most borrowed books at public libraries last year and expects to publish the completed figures next month.
Arab Banking Corp, which was 30 percent owned by the Central Bank of Libya, borrowed $100 million in September 2008 (Source: WSJ)
Since the government failed to prove the debt was incurred to purchase the stock as required by the first test, it argued that the borrowed funds were directly traceable to the stock purchase as required by the second.
Thirteen of the 32 graduates who would now borrow less indicated that they did not need the amount of funds that they borrowed.
245] notes that "the FOMC's desired policy stance continues to be formally calibrated by borrowed reserves, and the Desk still uses a borrowing assumption to construct its reserve path.
3) Again for the 1987-93 period, large banks borrowed on days when the unexpected movement in the federal funds rate was relatively large.
After 13 October 1982, the Federal Reserve supposedly targeted borrowed reserves (BRT).
2 of the Income Tax Act adopt a property measurement test for the purpose of determining the deductibility of interest on monies borrowed by corporations and partnerships to make distributions.
New York City learned that the hard way in the mid-seventies, when it went broke after shifting millions of dollars of police salaries and vocational education costs into its capital budget and then borrowed to fund them.
Also, a significant share of the loan amount is borrowed by school districts with good credit quality.
The government borrowing from private banks rose to Rs 366 billion; which is less than Rs 863 billion borrowed during the same period last year.
In 2010-11, it borrowed just Rs98 billion from the SBP.