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- n. That which has been saved, particularly money that has been set aside for the future.
- n. Plural form of saving.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a fund of money put by as a reserve
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Central to those was his announcement of an additional £ 7 billion in savings from the welfare budget — on top of the £ 11 billion the chancellor identified in his June emergency budget.
I suppose you could take $300-500 in savings from a summer job and spend that on a freelancer.
If Obama does not know these details, how can he possibly know the 500 billion in savings is real.
Hillary, I already spent your fantasy $30 in savings from the gas tax holiday on a Obama T-shirt!
Their $10,000 in savings is a good start toward the $22,500 emergency fund the planner recommends.
Tax on your savings is a tax on the interest it earns.
The savings is long-term savings (so it's like I'm forcing myself to contribute to a savings account to Monk) and he has to put half of all money he receives into that account, including any money he receives as a gift or whatever.
He basketed the day's luck, good or bad as it might be, into the pages of his private "Journal," which he called his savings-bank, because from this source he drew most of the material for his books.
At best, school closings offer a short term savings, but in the long run, it may be the more costly action.
At present this is for longer-term savings, which is why our five-year deal is a best buy.
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