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saving

(sāv'ing),
Rapid recovery of a complex motor skill after a long absence of practice.
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Average weekly saving: pounds 4 Total saving: pounds 24
Even before they were married, the couple started saving money so they would have something to start off their new life together.
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.
* Inadequate private saving for retirement: Private saving per worker is only about one-third of what will be needed to maintain accustomed living standards during retirement.
Government deficits, however, place pressure on resources and credit markets only if they are not offset by saving elsewhere in the economy.
"I was never told about money or saving, that's why it didn't come naturally," she says.
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.
1: to save and invest 10% to 15% of my after-tax income, both sisters put 5% to 10% of their paychecks into stock options and saving plans.
Dawson credited his mother for instilling in him the importance of saving. "I saved something out of every paycheck I got, no matter how small it was," said Dawson in an interview with BLACK ENTERPRISE in March 2000 (see, "Saving Your Way to Wealth," March 2000).
The Initiative includes a weekly financial segment on BET Nightly News and a Web page on www.BET.com with financial information, saving strategies, and membership registration for the Black America Saves Club.
In 12 months, you may have the equivalent of a down payment for a home, if that's what you are saving for.
So while it's freezing outside and you're saving up, staying in is, luckily, the new going out.