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- n. Plural form of fund.
- n. Financial resources
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fund.
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- n. assets in the form of money
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The general purpose of these funds (known as structural and cohesion funds) is to help speed along the convergence process among E.U. members by investing in key initiatives that create jobs and boost growth.
This document contains the term "funds flow from operations", which should not be considered an alternative to or more meaningful than "cash flow from operating activities" as determined in accordance with IFRS.
Edmonston, Maryland used more than $1 million in funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to transform its main street from a flood-prone hazard to a "green street" that diverts storm water to keep it from overflowing and polluting the Anacostia River.
Current operations The Adolescent Girls Initiative public-private partnership, with its $20 million in funds, is already at work in seven countries, with plans to expand to Haiti and Yemen.
The bank had filed for $11 million in funds from the program.
The judicial council scheduled a meeting Friday to deal with the request from presiding Superior Court Judge Charles W. McCoy Jr. to divert $47 million in funds from the courthouse construction budget to help stave off more courtroom closings and staff layoffs.
At this late period of the term funds had run low, and extras were at a premium.
Obama has obligated America for over 26 trillion in funds, that is not counting our deficit.
Politicians getting their hands on more taxpayer funds is a nightmare.
If a business or bank can’t bring in funds from the private sector than they should go bankrupt and the government should help people afterwards.