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- n. Plural form of loss.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. something lost, especially money lost at gambling. Inverse of winnings.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. something lost (especially money lost at gambling)
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The same government that owns the US postal service will it's $3.8 Billion in losses is branching out to conttrol health care and along with that is a threat of jail time and fines if you don't fall in line!
The same government that owns the US postal service will it's $3.8 Billion in losses is branching out to conttrol health care and along with that is a threat of jail time and fines if you down fall in line! wHAT tir
To start with, anyone who concludes you could shut down the NYC subway system and only incur a couple billion in losses is smoking some crack.
"The determination from the carriers has been remarkable. they are determined to stem the title losses and actually start to recouping some of the losses from last year - they were great."
On a linked quarter basis, the corporate real estate transaction, as expected and as expected lower in the term losses on retail auto leases, accounted for the majority of the variance.
The part where you said you were overcome and ended up in a hospital intrigued me, I'm looking for a game where failing doesn't give you the game over screen, where failing and recouping your losses is all part of the game.
The agency is running a deficit, which it defines as losses from plans it has taken on plus estimated losses from plans it is likely to take over.
Despite the short term losses, Swelim, who has had two major American tour groups - one from the Stanford Alumni Association and the other from Yale - cancel planned trips, believes that Egypt will eventually be better off.
The researchers were interested in what happened when a home team suffered an upset, which they defined as losses in games that the home team had been predicted to win by more than 3 points.
The number of job losses is decreasing which is a step in the right direction.