expenditure


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  • noun

Synonyms for expenditure

Synonyms for expenditure

something expended to obtain a benefit or desired result

Synonyms for expenditure

the act of spending money for goods or services

the act of consuming something

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As a result Rabourdin's scheme exhibited only seven hundred millions of expenditures and twelve hundred millions of receipts.
These great works will be the form their expenditure of the surplus will take, and in the same way that the ruling classes of Egypt of long ago expended the surplus they robbed from the people by the building of temples and pyramids.
There is a battle and they gain the day, and then modesty, which they call silliness, is ignominiously thrust into exile by them, and temperance, which they nickname unmanliness, is trampled in the mire and cast forth; they persuade men that moderation and orderly expenditure are vulgarity and meanness, and so, by the help of a rabble of evil appetites, they drive them beyond the border.
Having shot this bolt out with a great expenditure of force, Bella hysterically laughed and cried together.
After despatching this second bolt with a still greater expenditure of force, Bella laughed and cried still more.
Sterling by this time had two additional pupils; for though this gentleman's rise in the world was not of that meteor-like rapidity which the admirers of his extemporaneous eloquence had expected for a preacher whose voice demanded so wide a sphere, he had yet enough of growing prosperity to enable him to increase his expenditure in continued disproportion to his income.
But let us advert to the large debt which we have ourselves contracted in a single war, and let us only calculate on a common share of the events which disturb the peace of nations, and we shall instantly perceive, without the aid of any elaborate illustration, that there must always be an immense disproportion between the objects of federal and state expenditures.
No Money shall be drawn from the Treasury, but in Consequence of Appropriations made by Law; and a regular Statement and Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of all public Money shall be published from time to time.
To enumerate in few words the different departments of all those magistrates who are necessary: these are either religion, war, taxes, expenditures, markets, public buildings, harbours, highways.
Publication information ii Executive summary iii Capital expenditure on smart water networks, 2013 iii Regional forecast iv Market forecast for smart water networks in early adopters, 2011-2018 iv Market forecast for smart water networks by region, 2011-2018 v Benefits of smart water networks vi 1.
These changes will require significant alterations to existing acquisition business processes, as well as improvements to financial systems, including the way assets are associated with programs, contracts are written, individual items are identified, items are classified, and expenditure information is captured.
Annual expenditures on primary health care for individuals attending an outpatient HIV clinic in Alabama amount to nearly $20,000 per patient; the drugs used for highly active anti-retroviral treatment (HAART) account for more than half of the total.
Section 67(e) exempts from this 2% floor "costs that are paid or incurred in connection with the administration of the estate or trust and which would not have been incurred if the property were not held in such trust or estate" All parties in Rudkin agreed the challenged expenditure was incurred in the administration of the trust.
An analysis of county payroll expenditures in California indicates that county employees have done very well, indeed, over the past several years.
This credit enables developers to recoup up to 20% of their construction expenditures as tax credits at the front end, when the building is placed in service, rather than as depreciation deductions over the life of the building.