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The idea of depreciation is that the newspaper owner could deduct a piece of that $10 million every year for the 20-year lifespan of the press.

Like the General Data Protection Regulation, the depreciation of third-party cookies is pushing marketers to pursue more of these sorts of deals.

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Ideally, a better battery and better software will also help produce a longer-lasting vehicle so that Bird can cut down on depreciation and maintenance costs, which have really not helped the company in its push for profitability.

There’s also the looming depreciation of third-party cookies, stifling programmatic efforts, and social media’s pay to play environment isn’t conducive to the tightened media budgets that lay in the pandemic’s wake, according to marketers.

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It is clear that advertisers must update their marketing stacks to compensate for cookie depreciation by 2022.

If the treasury lets you accelerate the depreciation of your jet, they'll collect less tax revenue now, but more in year six.

At least some of the depreciation for the rest of the jets stretches beyond the window.

We'll grandfather all the jets that were bought before, so that they still get to use the old depreciation schedule.

In year three, total depreciation is $4.26 billion instead of $6 billion, in year four it's $6.68 billion, and so forth . . .

So the question is, how much is accelerated depreciation worth?

With her self-depreciation she was one thing that she was not likely to guessthe prettiest talker in the world.

At any rate, after what we have read we cannot attribute his intention of studying under Kalkbrenner to undue self-depreciation.

In spite of the increased depreciation of the currency the Colony continued to grow in numbers and strength.

In the midst of these efforts depreciation was undermining the strength and corrupting the moral sense of the community.

Most of this fund was wiped out by depreciation of money, etc., during the Civil War.


On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to depreciation, such as: deflation, reduction, slump, fall, accounting allowance, and loss of value.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.