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outlay

(owt′lā″)
1. Payment for a health care service.
2. Expenditure.
References in classic literature ?
He would not use his aunt's money previously lest Sir Pitt should recover and his outlay be in vain.
Apart from such exceptions, he resolved upon an increased outlay only where there was a surplus, and in making such an outlay he went into the minutest details, and insisted on getting the very best for his money; so that by the method on which he managed his affairs, it was clear that he was not wasting, but increasing his substance.
I wouldn't make a downright lawyer o' the lad,--I should be sorry for him to be a raskill,--but a sort o' engineer, or a surveyor, or an auctioneer and vallyer, like Riley, or one o' them smartish businesses as are all profits and no outlay, only for a big watch-chain and a high stool.
THE NDA government has given a boost to management and technology institutes in its outlay for the education sector in the Union Budget for fiscal 2014-15.
2) that the existing law allows enterprises to deduct 15% of their R&D outlay from business income tax, but the MOF and the MOEA agreed to impose a ceiling on the total tax-deduction amount.
For each dollar of outlay for office building operations, the national economy gained $2.
3 billion (2009 prices) -- a sum that exceeds the 2009 budgetary outlay for schools and institutes of higher learning.
BERLIN - Today's town election ballot has no contests, but voters have several capital outlay exclusions to consider.
Maloof, TC Memo 2005-75, the court considered whether an S corporation shareholder's personal guarantee, pledge of stock or loss of control resulted in an economic outlay entitling him to increase his basis.
The shareholder must have made an "actual economic outlay.
Yoshinoya was at the bottom with average outlay per customer of [yen] 378.
Only if the probability was very low that prospective tax cuts or new outlay initiatives would send the on-budget accounts into deficit, would unconditional initiatives appear prudent.