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In 2018, Holvey tried to shrink OFRI’s budget by 60% and use the savings to help combat wildfires.
It’d cost $5 billion to build and wouldn’t produce savings, consultants estimate, until 2063.
The court ruled that Xu’s death had been a direct result of the stress of losing her family’s savings.
Devendra Pant, chief economist at market analytics firm India Ratings and Research, believes India won’t necessarily see a broad rise in savings.
Poseidon is contracted to provide up to 56,000-acre feet per year and the two-week lapse amounted to about $15 million in savings for the Water Authority.
And even those who consider themselves great patriots prefer to keep their savings in foreign currency.
He had been swindled out of his life savings—around $8 million—by his former manager and lover Kelley Lynch.
None of the SARs reports any projected savings attributable to a higher rate.
[I]f some little savings and loan in Middle America was going to lose its shirt,” Anders thinks during one deal, “too bad.
I was dreading that moment, because there I was thinking I was wasting all of my money and I would have no more savings.
A savings bank is not a true bank of deposit, providing circulating credit.
Many savings banks especially are thus organized and continued.
A former chapter speaks of promises to pay certain savings by the use of Trevithick's inventions prior to his leaving for America.
The agreement was that patentees should have one-fourth part of the savings of coal above twenty-six millions.
He was one of the originators of the New York historical society, and of the Savings bank.
On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to savings, such as: accumulation, hoard, nest egg, cache, fund, and funds.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.