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- v. Present participle of underbudget.
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What's interesting in this Heartland article is that it explicitly advocates keeping taxpayers 'money out of the broadband market because there's too much risk of underbudgeting for expense, and too little chance of reaching the audience or goals set by the networks.
The audit did reveal, however, a roughly $72,000 deficit from underbudgeting and overspending on expenses like electricity, fuel oil and transportation fuel.
Math problem: It starts at the top School district shows chronic underbudgeting NASHUA - Over a four-year period, the Nashua School District went from having $840,000 left over in its payroll account to spending $2.5 million more than budgeted.
Government to cover in part the deficit occasioned by underbudgeting of the salary expenditure. xi) Local Government, Housing and Planning