from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • v. Past tense and past participle of outlay.

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of outlay.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Laid out; exposed.


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  • In fact, we're right on track to hit the goal set when the Recovery Act passed: that 70% of the $787 billion in funds would be "outlaid" or provided in tax benefits by September 30, 2010.

    Jared Bernstein: The Myth of Idle Recovery Dollars

  • We discussed a couple of weeks ago that Recovery Act dollars are put to work creating jobs and jump-starting projects long before they cross this final step of being "outlaid."

    Jared Bernstein: The Myth of Idle Recovery Dollars

  • While Mr. Icahn may need to spend only $243 million to get to 50.1%, on top of what he has outlaid to buy his 19%, there is no guarantee he can generate a return.

    Icahn Enters the Lion's Den

  • He listened to my tale most interestedly, and then he released me from my contract, paying it out in full though I had four months to serve yet, and adding to that amount the sum I had paid for the mare, and double the sum I had outlaid for bed and food to visit him, so that I should not arrive home at all out of pocket.

    Zombies vs. Unicorns

  • As of early May, a little less than 4% of stimulus funds had been outlaid by the federal government, meaning that even less have actually been spent by state and local governments and other groups eligible for funds.

    Harry Moroz: The First Hundred Days

  • Mostly, ad sales for a network first run will cover initial money outlaid to produce the show, if that.

    Heroes Takes the Lead

  • This proposal addresses the problem in that I have already outlaid the results to be obtained.

    HIV/AIDS Awareness Day «

  • Today i stupidly outlaid an obscene amount of money $130 to get a prepaid vodaphone account with a lousy 1gb download limit, to use on my web book.

    Road Worrier’s Tasmanian Telco Test | Lifehacker Australia

  • One set of checks and balances which peace churches in America have been advocating is that many Americans and their small business gain more control over what taxes are outlaid by individuals in the area of military and defense expenditures.

    Wisdom of Peace Churches and the Need to reduce Waste on Military Recruitment and Bad So-Called Monetary Resource Addict

  • For example in terms of the time outlaid to write your blog this does not include Ms R who writes hers in ten minutes would you be better off keeping a journal that nobody else sees and thus sparing all of us your existential woes and especially your cat stories?

    Archive 2008-06-01


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