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Definitions

  1. While spending is up, taxes have fallen to exceptionally low levels.
  2. The spending is largely aimed at voters in just two states and the ads are, for the most part, positive. (Web site)
  3. Deficit spending is simply a scheme for the "hidden" confiscation of wealth. (Web site)
  4. Federal spending is a major contributor to the local economy as well.
  5. Consumer spending is the economy's main driver.” In other words, there can be no recession if there are jobs.

Plus

  1. Plus you need not be spending too much time and attention on internet paid surveys in order to achieve that. (Web site)

Money Online

  1. Making money online attracts a lot of people, who are spending many hours on the web or have any prominent Internet or programming skills. (Web site)
  2. Make Money Online (Without Spending a Dime) Making money online used to pretty much require you to have your own Web site, products to sell, and some marketing savvy. (Web site)

Voters

  1. Embarrassed that we let that spending get out of control,” McCain told voters on the eve of the state's GOP primary.

Fiscal Deficit

  1. His letter also suggested that cutting spending to reduce the fiscal deficit would result in less transitional unemployment than raising taxes to do so. (Web site)
  2. Fiscal deficit is the gap between the government's total spending and the sum of its revenue receipts and non-debt capital receipts. (Web site)

Portugal

  1. By 1943 Alekhine was spending all his time in Spain and Portugal as the German representative to chess events.
  2. Black Ladinos were Spanish -speaking black Africans born in Latin America, or exiled to the Americas after spending time in Castile or Portugal.

Representing

  1. As the Nazis rose to power, Frank served as the party's lawyer, representing it in over 2,400 cases, and spending over $10,000. (Web site)
  2. Government spending, representing about 15 percent of GNP in 1991, was low compared with that in other developed economies. (Web site)
  3. In 2002, 595 million gallons of wine were sold in the U.S. alone, representing over $20 billion in consumer spending.

Jamaica

  1. Samuel Ringgold Ward died in 1866 after spending his last eleven years of life as a minister and farmer in Jamaica.
  2. From spending a lot of her childhood growing in Jamaica and the Philippines, she's seen poverty first-hand.
  3. After spending time in the United States attempting to fight the disease, the senior Marley eventually returned to Jamaica to live out his final days. (Web site)

Prayer

  1. It is not buckling down, but loosening up: spending more time in prayer. (Web site)
  2. Prayer is spending time with God without the distractions that surround us. (Web site)
  3. After studying the Bible and spending time in prayer, several students experienced glossolalia (speaking in other languages).

Businesses

  1. Businesses usually do not borrow solely to increase their cash holdings without the intention of spending the borrowed money. (Web site)
  2. To be sure, businesses of this kind may in a given year be able to defer capital spending. (Web site)
  3. These devices bring together three technologies that businesses are beginning to adopt, despite a slowdown in corporate spending. (Web site)

Vienna

  1. Plan on spending at least a day at the beginning of the tour in Vienna and at the tour in Prague.
  2. After spending a few years in Vienna he left to settle in Munich in 1912.
  3. Józef was born and raised in Vienna, but was also spending time with his mother in Prague and later with his uncle the king in Warsaw. (Web site)

Labour Government

  1. Then - as now - a Labour government (then a minority government) had increased public spending and run up deficits.
  2. The National Government The dispute over spending and wage cuts split the Labour government: as it turned out, fatally.
  3. The dispute over spending and wage cuts split the Labour government: as it turned out, fatally. (Web site)

Labour

  1. Labour argued that the government needed to increase spending and create real jobs.
  2. Labour "strongly maintains" that its spending was within the rules as they were understood but given the new ruling it would refund the money. (Web site)
  3. Both Labour and National had promised tax cuts and extra spending, amid fears that the global credit crisis will hit New Zealand hard.

Solitude

  1. Though he was greatly honored by the king and made a member of the Thudhamma Council, he preferred spending long periods in solitude in the forest. (Web site)

Meditation

  1. Webu Sayadaw was famous for his unflagging diligence in meditation and for spending most of his time in solitude.
  2. During his spare time, he studied traditional yoga and Vedanta, spending much time in meditation. (Web site)
  3. One night, they all gathered round a huge fire in the open, with the intention of spending the whole night in prayer and meditation. (Web site)

Weekend

  1. Spending a day or a weekend in a room with bright colored furniture and a mountain of toys to create a new product idea is a great thing to do.
  2. Tandil is one of those cities that I used to visit for spending a weekend, since I was living in Mar del Plata at the time.

Military Spending

  1. Reagan left the nation with the highest budget deficit as a percentage of GDP (6 percent) in history with tax cuts and increased military spending. (Web site)

France

  1. There will come a time when France will be forced to cut back on her military spending. (Web site)
  2. The country relies heavily on France for its defence, although military spending is high in comparison to other sectors of government. (Web site)
  3. Sikorski largely withdrew from politics, spending much of his time in Paris, France, and working with the French Ecole Superieure de Guerre (war college).

Health

  1. After initially adopting a policy of restraint toward health care costs, Eves' later budgets increased health spending. (Web site)
  2. Health spending increased by $1.9 billion, and Ontario's universities were given $290 million more in operating revenue. (Web site)
  3. By the government's latest forecast, health spending goes from 17 percent of the economy in 2009 to 19 percent in 2019.

Employment

  1. Government spending has a direct effect on the level of employment; money creation has only an indirect and weak effect. (Web site)
  2. Economic theories that advocate using government spending programs to increase employment. (Web site)

Deficit Spending

  1. In some countries, fiscal policy is crippled by legitimate fears that more deficit spending will trigger government-debt crises.
  2. The primary evil in government spending is not that it is deficit spending, but that it is consuming ever larger proportions of the nation's wealth.
  3. There is, however, a danger that deficit spending may create inflation -- or encourage existing inflation to persist. (Web site)

Wealth

  1. Deficit spending is simply a scheme for the 'hidden' confiscation of wealth. (Web site)
  2. Government stimulus spending represents a naive "magic wand" attempt to create purchasing power and wealth out of thin air. (Web site)

Five Years

  1. By 1934, Coleman Hawkins had tired of the struggling Fletcher Henderson Orchestra and he moved to Europe, spending five years (1934-1939) overseas.
  2. In 1793, after spending nearly five years on tour, Hummel went back to Vienna to continue his studies. (Web site)
  3. Spending the next five years mainly in Saint Petersburg, Rubinstein taught, gave concerts and performed frequently at the Imperial court. (Web site)

Short Time

  1. Eddie ended up spending his short time on stage, talking about Wolfgang guitar production and his promise to take a keen interest in quality control.
  2. He spent a short time as a comedy partner of James Young before spending seven years in the British army.

Funds

  1. Spending as much time as possible trying to understand what motivates a donor is the best advantage you can have when it comes to asking for funds.
  2. A cut in government spending does increase the supply of funds available to private borrowers. (Web site)

Funding

  1. As Debian [3]experiments with funding, the author of DWN is going to experiment with spending less time on Debian. (Web site)
  2. The funding represented a 51% increase in defense spending since the Labour government took office in 1999.
  3. Funding is being lost in campaigns to the Holy Lands, in rewarding and paying knights and the military, and in extravagant spending. (Web site)

Cent

  1. The government has promised that spending on health will be held to a 3 per cent increase as part of the overall spending freeze.
  2. The funding levels for the Bundeswehr have actually been falling since 1990, when military spending amounted to about 3.5 per cent of gross domestic product. (Web site)
  3. Nonsense. In just two financial years up to the election, public spending rose by 10 per cent in real terms.

Kahne

  1. Kahne was one spot better, taking home his first top 5 in over a month after spending most of the day outside of the top 15. (Web site)
  2. PREVIOUS RACING HISTORY After spending his entire racing career in open-wheel series, Kahne spent 2002 and 2003 in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. (Web site)

Disposable Income

  1. With disposable income on the rise, Americans are increasing their spending on various forms of amusement such as movies, live theatre, and theme parks.
  2. Disposable income - The amount of after-tax income a consumer has available for spending.

Consumption

  1. Induced consumption refers to increases in consumer spending that occur as disposable income rises. (Web site)
  2. Utility is often modeled to be affected by consumption of various goods and services, possession of wealth and spending of leisure time.
  3. However, we have just seen that gross domestic product is merely the measure of spending - of consumption. (Web site)

Keywords

  1. Low Hanging Keyword Fruit Gets a Cold Shower High level theme keywords are keywords that are worth spending the time and money on to own.
  2. High level theme keywords are keywords that are worth spending the time and money on to own.
  3. Thanks to this module you can find out if other advertisers are spending money for your selected keywords and if the competition is not too fierce.

Jail

  1. Kelly Petillo encountered problems later in his life, spending some time in jail and dying of emphysema in 1970. (Web site)
  2. There seems to be a new fad amongst the Hollywood Socialites these days: Spending time in jail.
  3. After spending a day in jail, he agreed to make a public-service television commercial warning against breaking gun laws. (Web site)

Prison

  1. By 1994, 2Pac rivaled Snoop Dogg as the most controversial figure in rap, spending as much time in prison as he did in the recording studio. (Web site)
  2. Were Arafat a mafia don or a drug kingpin he would be spending the rest of this life in prison. (Web site)
  3. Subsequent to his spending a year in prison for the theft of eighty francs, Duval joined the anarchists of The Panther of Batignolles. (Web site)

Cash

  1. You will learn budget home decorating ideas to design your home interior with style and charm without spending a lot of cash.
  2. Auto Maintenance You Don't Need Dont get suckered into spending more cash than is necessary to fix your car.
  3. His agent Johnny Collins’ erratic behavior and his own spending ways left Armstrong short of cash. (Web site)

Dinner

  1. After spending an hour or two in this modern town in Maasai land, proceed to Morinjo for dinner and overnight at Morinjo campsite. (Web site)
  2. After spending an hour or two in this modern town in Masai land, proceed to Morinjo for dinner and overnight at Morinjo campsite.
  3. After spending an hour or two in this modern town in Maasai land, proceed to Morinjo Safari camp for dinner and overnight. (Web site)

Keynesians

  1. Keynesians believe that under conditions of underemployment, the increased spending will lead to greater output and employment. (Web site)
  2. Keynesians pushed for easy money and higher government spending.

Economists

  1. Economists (since Keynes) have preferred to split the general consumption term into two parts; private consumption, and public sector spending. (Web site)
  2. Still, the trillions in borrowing and spending looked like 'growth' to economists; they couldn't tell the difference. (Web site)
  3. Even those economists who supported increased public works did not in general base their arguments on the multiplier effects of increased spending.

Home

  1. Lifestyle retailing is booming, the consumer is cocooning and spending more time at home.
  2. Snoop has been spending a lot of time at home since the Tiger Woods -gate. (Web site)
  3. Nina Simone died on April 21, 2003 at her home in Carry-le-Rouet, France, where she had been spending much of her retirement.

Fortune

  1. Trust the Dummies folks--you really can have a great lawn without breaking your back every weekend, spending a fortune on sod, or poisoning your pets. (Web site)
  2. I had a fortune of spending some time with one of the Pune based VCs last week.

Family

  1. Blogging from home is extremely difficult and ultimately undesirable: I prefer spending my free time with my family, playing poker, or playing video games. (Web site)
  2. After spending one night with her, he returns to the upper world and discovers that his family has vanished and he is now an old man. (Web site)
  3. We got back last night after spending a few days in Atlanta, where we had a good visit with the family. (Web site)

Friends

  1. Savitri Devi took employment teaching in France during the 1960s, spending her summer holidays with friends at Berchtesgaden. (Web site)

Great Deal

  1. In practice, a basic knowledge of philately will save the collector from spending a great deal of money on a stamp that is really almost worthless.
  2. But Cyndy Violette also believes in spending a great deal of time away from the felt tables.
  3. Pope Innocent XIII was very reform-oriented, imposing new standards of frugality on the papal court and abolishing a great deal of excessive spending. (Web site)

Zodiac

  1. Saturn takes 29.5 years to orbit the sun, spending about 2.46 years in each sign of the zodiac.

Saving

  1. The failing value of money, however, may encourage spending rather than saving and so reduce the funds available for investment.
  2. Seeing from this viewpoint, price helps people decide which combination of work, spending and saving suits them best. (Web site)
  3. We could raise taxes, decrease government spending and increase interest rates; all those steps would dampen consumer spending and promote saving.

Demand

  1. The book advocated activist economic policy by government to stimulate demand in times of high unemployment, for example by spending on public works.
  2. Public works were greatly in demand at the time, because of the British government's reluctance to approve public spending in the colony. (Web site)
  3. To stimulate output and employment, we need more demand, higher wages and more public spending.

Goods

  1. Spending to acquire consumer goods and services, or using up those goods and services to satisfy wants. (Web site)
  2. Government demand for final goods is defined in terms of fixed shares of aggregate real government spending on goods and services.
  3. But the fallacy is also prevalent in the press, which persists in equating an increase in the rate of saving with a decrease in the spending for goods. (Web site)

Traveling

  1. Dempsey also did a lot of traveling, spending and partying. (Web site)
  2. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling the world, all types of sports -- especially swimming -- and spending time reading and reflecting on life.

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