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- n. Plural form of finance.
- n. funds or other financial resources
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of finance.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. assets in the form of money.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. assets in the form of money
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The rowers, knowing they had the honor of conveying the surintendant of the finances, pulled with all their strength, and that magic word, the _finances_, promised them a liberal gratification, of which they wished to prove themselves worthy.
This creche may be the poorest of the poor in finances, but they make up for this in full in heart.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius sought to use the report to build momentum for health-care reform, reiterating the administration's contention that the best way to strengthen Medicare's finances is to, as she put it, "fix what's broken in the rest of the health-care system."
The crisis in municipal finances is one of those burgeoning national issues that has been percolating for years.
If the structure of my finances is causing third parties to pay for my health care I have a lot less incentive to fix the situation.
People do something that our congress have not done, read Obama's health care bill than decide if secretive governmental spying on your personal finances is what you want.
How much have these war efforts cost us in finances and human lives?
My point is, the potential negative impact on (sales tax dependent) state finances is often given as one of the main objections to a national VAT.
ADVICE FROM THE PRO: Mr. and Ms. Kelly are well-disciplined in saving for retirement, but they could do more to shore up their short-term finances and to cut costs, says Dave Campbell , a principal at San Francisco-based wealth-management firm Bingham, Osborn & Scarborough LLC.
"That's why Australia has been at the international table in 2011 and we'll be back there in 2012, arguing for sustainable long-term finances and policies which restart European growth, arguing against fiscal austerity alone and at any cost," Ms. Gillard said.