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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 convention for calculating money market interest rate is as follows: interest amount equals the principal amount being borrowed multiplied by the interest rate and multiplied by the number of days between the date that the borrowing is incurred and the date of repayment divided by 360 days.
465 at-risk rules; however, taxpayers who invest in passthrough entities may be affected the most, because they are likely to use borrowed funds to increase their at-risk basis for purposes of deducting allocated losses.
Borrows sees Indigenous law as having ongoing and doubtlessly increasing relevance to Canadian society at large.
In computing these results, the [Mathematical Expression Omitted] were restricted such that [Mathematical Expression Omitted], that is, the probability that the bank borrows never exceeds 0.95 in any state.
Consequently, if my caller's client is not a citizen or resident of New York, the New York court will "borrow" Virginia's two-year limitation period to determine whether suit is timely filed.
Perhaps the most notable legislation affecting the discount window has been the Depository Institutions Deregulation and Monetary Control Act of 1980, which dramatically expanded the universe of depository institutions eligible to borrow at the discount window.
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. Yet the federal budget process ignores, by design, the one distinction that businesses, states, and families all use to make sure they're thinking soundly about debt: the distinction between investment and consumption.
In an affiliated group, this typically occurs when one corporation borrows funds from a third party, then transfers the funds to a related affiliate that invests them in exempt obligations.
This result indicates that the Goodfriend function is valid only if the bank used the Discount Window in the previous period, borrows from the Fed at the current time, and plans to borrow in the following period.
Some practitioners argue that if a GRAT/GRUT borrows from a third party and uses the proceeds to satisfy an annuity or unitrust payment, such borrowing should not violate the proposed regulations.
The broker then borrows another 10,000 shares of XYZ stock from a third party and sells the borrowed shares "short" on behalf of S.
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.