expenditures

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But this is only to say that one must work to-day to meet the expenditures of to-day.

The current expenditures are kept within the current income.

At least she was careful about our expenditures, and of course she must have been about her own.

And we'll do the same with our other expenditures, and with the slave-compensation.

On the 28th Mr. Gallatin submitted his estimate of receipts and expenditures for the year.

Suffering from shipwreck and great destitution, it was necessary for him to economize, as much as possible, in his expenditures.

The forces that compelled a revision of the tariff in 1882-83 had to do with revenue and expenditures.

I began to see it about a month ago, when I slowed down on expenditures.

The money for these expenditures was raised by extraordinary means.

Because of this, a more liberal policy is pursued as to expenditures.