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- n. the act of incurring something
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of incurring, bringing on, or subjecting one's self to (something troublesome or burdensome)
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of incurring, bringing on, or subjecting one's self to something: as, the incurrence of guilt.
- n. Incursion; entrance.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of incurring (making yourself subject to something undesirable)
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At bottom, there is general agreement as to the principal factor in our financial crisis being the incurrence of excessive debt -- mainly, but not exclusively real estate related -- by individuals and businesses.
The underlying problem was the incurrence of the debts and not the manner in which they were packaged.
Our economic problems were caused mainly by incurrence of far too much debt by individuals and firms, and secondarily, by ill-conceived investments in securities comprised of such debt.
I have been out of a job for 14 months now and I have no incurrence.
This altered state of things led, as I am told, to the compulsory withdrawal of many of the members, to a proportionate decrease in the expected funds, and to the incurrence of a debt of 3,000 pounds.
There are two ways of recognising Karmic incurrence, the first is the immediate most easily recognisable, a result of direct consequences e.g. you curse someone and they punch you in the face.
Because the results of this negative Karma partly manifest directly, you can have an immediate contextual understanding of this cause and effect and the resultant Karmic incurrence.
The incurrence of a defect on “unnecessary inspection” serves as a reminder to talk to yourself when putting anything down, even temporarily.
Apparently the U.S. consumer sector now requires an enormous amount of debt incurrence to maintain the ongoing rate of spending.
It had come without the exercise of illegitimate influences or the incurrence of personal obligation.