from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The management of financial operations.


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  • "financiering" on the society's funds, even if he had the disposition.

    Our Brother in Black: His Freedom and His Future Atticus Greene 1881

  • By continued caution, tact, watchfulness and inspired financiering, during the next 7 years, the firm was able to retire from business in debt — if my wife and I may be counted in with the other creditors — in debt $208,000 above the assets.

    'Who Is Mark Twain?' 2009

  • Facebook Rumored op zoek naar financiering op $ 5.6 Billion Waardering | Viningmedia Nieuws

    Facebook “Definitely” Raising Capital This Year; Google Considered Acquisition Michael Arrington 2005

  • Ik ben op zoek naar financiering Zou Afab echt zo goed zijn als iedereen beweert?

    Class, Part III: The Dire Financial Straits Ride, or: Working Without a Net Emma Goldman 2005

  • There were strong suspicions of his being connected with doubtful financiering-enterprises, more or less sensitive to official influence, and while these scandals had become quieted a very large portion of the Republican constituency refused to believe them unjustified.

    Mark Twain: A Biography 2003

  • For the most part Clemens was content to let Henry Rogers do his financiering, and as the market was low with an upward incline,

    Mark Twain: A Biography 2003

  • The art of financiering consists principally in multiplying and confusing accounts, till, at last, no one has courage to undertake an examination of them.

    William Cobbett and the Politics of System 1997

  • WHEN a young man steps out into the world to earn a maintenance, and to build for himself a position where he will be estimated according to moral worth, perseverance in accomplishing a desired end, or success in financiering, it is an important era in his life.

    Bond and Free: A Tale of the South 1984

  • From the beginning of this unpleasant advertising of former American financiering, in which Northern States had sinned quite as flagrantly as

    Expansion and Conflict William E. Dodd

  • The sale of the state lands had resulted in no such sum as had been expected; the branches had been eating up what little income there was; while an unfortunate bit of financiering on the part of the Regents in 1838, involving a loan of $100,000 from the State for the immediate completion of the necessary buildings and the establishment of the branches, only added to the difficulties.

    The University of Michigan Wilfred Shaw


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