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  • v. Present participle of underspend.


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  • Is it not interesting that the total sum of underspending is almost exactly the same figure and estimated cost of removing perscription payments?

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • One of the causes to the underspending could be the "lack of managerial skills in the public sector", said Jammine.

    IOL: News

  • But in a compromise she proposed a £1. 1bn package for the Scottish Government. £500m came from Scotland's share from the London Crossrail project, £300m from projected Scottish underspending, which is normally returned to the Treasury, and £200m from the sale of surplus government land and property.


  • However, when it comes to Charles Guthrie, who now complains so volubly about "underspending", it was he as Chief of the Defence Staff, together with then secretary of state Geoff Hoon, and the Chief of the General Staff Mike Jackson who drove the Euro Army agenda, re-shaping the British Army to fit in with the ERRF concept.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • Administrative procedures were being revised to eliminate problems such as underspending of the budget.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The total was actually R1. 7-billion, but "underspending" by certain departments would save R200-million.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • On Monday, Osborne will say the money has been found due to underspending across Whitehall.

    George Osborne extends council tax freeze for another year

  • George Osborne will say the council tax freeze has been paid for by underspending by other Whitehall departments.

    George Osborne extends council tax freeze for another year

  • The council and the mayor identified about $8 million in savings for psychiatric hearings on competency to stand trial, and another $2.6 million in underspending of workers'-compensation payments.

    Rolling Back Cuts

  • I am sure that the case could be made that the state is overspending in some areas and underspending in others.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » California’s Woes and Prop 13


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