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- n. Plural form of reserve.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reserve.
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- n. civilians trained as soldiers but not part of the regular army
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To estimate the stock of dollar reserves, I assumed that the countries that do not report data to the IMF held a constant 65\% of their reserves in dollars (this is effectively an assumption about the dollar share of China's reserves*).
In particular, and without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the term "resource" does not equate to the term "reserves".
Part of the problem of this organization is that they do believe in what they call reserves, not secrecy as such, although they don't publish lists of their members, so one major issue is to know who is part of Opus Dei.
Politically, the talk about self-government for the reserves is a swindle.
I think maybe they are discovering that what they called their reserves are actually toxic, and what was once mistakenly counted as a plus is now correctly counted as a minus.
The whole concept of "reserves" is actually not economically sound.
Grain reserves world-wide are bigger now, and the weaker global economy is keeping inflation lower.
Without those grain reserves to use, the world would have seen mass famine.
Without adequate grain reserves, the next major crop failure will one day doom millions, possibly billions to starvation.
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