Already in 1455, expenditures for a fountain are found in the city account books .
The expenditure totaled , yen.
She pared down her expenditures.
Now the company can justify such expenditure.
You’ll have to proportion your expenditure to your income.
My income falls short of my expenditure by five hundred pounds.
The company’s capital expenditure program is set to be billion yen for this year.
Our expenditures for this month are much higher than usual, so our profits are down.
The administration is constructing a new plan which they hope will reduce their expenditures.
The government purposely exaggerated its proposed expenditures so that it could later announce a higher than expected surplus.
The financial resources of the government are obviously finite, and we cannot allow our expenditures to increase at this rate indefinitely.
Fire Chief Brady Leffler has created a “culture of reducing expenditures.”
They will start by hammering away at every remotely questionable expenditure.
A higher minimum wage, Nash says, “is a way of reducing public expenditures.”
Vermont, for example, led the nation with a per pupil expenditure of $18,882.
The expenditures Index is the second-fastest rising factor, after deductibles.
Much of the decline came from a 1.7 percent retreat in government expenditures.
Capital expenditures in the energy world are poised to collapse, Gundlach said.
And then if it does, then it’s an absolutely appropriate expenditure of money.’
Nonetheless, that expenditure comes after decades of non-investment and neglect.