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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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class="MsoNormalspan xml:lang="EN-GBThese apps only need to know what I'm using this money for, what I used the last money I borrowed for and whether I have other loans outstanding.
The Isle of Anglesey County Council also borrowed from the Board, with 18 combined loans of over PS27m.
For the first six months of this year, the administration under president Park Geun-hye, borrowed a total of KRW67.8tn from the Bank of Korea.
Preliminary figures show that the courtroom thriller topped the list of the most borrowed adult fiction by library members last year.
Only about ten days ago, the Government borrowed 63 million euros.
Notes, highlights and bookmarks in borrowed books are saved so that users can see them later if they purchase or re-borrow the book.
- On October 29, 2008, European banks Dexia SA borrowed $26.5 billion and Depfa Bank borrowed $24.6 billion (Source: WSJ)
Of the 26 percent of GDP we have borrowed, just over 11 percent ($1.6 trillion) was loaned by the Federal Reserve System--in essence by printing money.
The figure, which excludes financial interventions by the Government, was a marked decrease on the pounds 21bn borrowed a year earlier, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Tables 3 and 4 show trends in the rate of borrowing and the average amount borrowed from any source for federal loans by degree program, attendance intensity, and institution type.
EVERYTHING IS BORROWED Borrowed dollar, borrowed dime, Living on, borrowed time, Borrowed flat, borrowed street, Borrowed food, borrowed heat.
dollars at a 7.625 interest rate at the beginning of February, has "borrowed cheaper than last year," says Prime Minister Andrius Kubilius, reports ELTA.