defrayment


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For example, the National Government Defrayment Act for Reconstruction of Disaster Stricken Public Facilities (NGDPF) aims to promptly reconstruct damaged public infrastructure covering river structures, shoreline structures, sediment control structures, forest abandonment prevention structures, landslide prevention structures, land-deterioration prevention structures, roads, ports, fishery ports, sewages and parks.
According to the information Taraf acquired from board members at that time, this defrayment stirred debates in the board as some members objected to sending such a large amount of money to a paper.
Taking this reasoning further, the allocation of capital implied by the marginal restriction is actually an allocation of the marginal unit of capital--a description of how capital is consumed at the margin in the defrayment of the "congestion" externalities associated with the marginal units of consumer purchases.
Can your headquarters' offices talk to the landlord and get help or a defrayment in fees or costs until the person comes back?
His personal defrayment is mirrored in the general physical defrayment, deterioration and decay that surrounds him (p.