48 examples of Accrued in a sentence
He formed the concept of the value chain, essentially the sequence of steps with which a, shall we say, raw material, becomes a component, becomes assembled into a finished product, and then is distributed, for example, and he argued that advantage
to each of those components, and that the advantage of the whole was in some sense the sum or the average of that of its parts.
Of course, today it's important to understand and acknowledge that those benefits
to some groups of people and not to others.
And then in sales, too, the lowest revenue
in the most generous salespeople.
a massive library, and was visited by many prominent scholars.
their film-making reputation has been seriously stained by what they did here.
However, my view was shot out the other window when the tragic death of the fantastically funny John Ritter
Constant vigilance or
information in the realm of Pyschosis, have kept psychologists, counselors and psychiatrists busy with enough work to last them decades.
The would-be female lead seems to have used all her resources, all the
influence available at the autumn of her career- not to entertain but rather to keep her "credit" from the leading titles, ...BH only admitting to having perpetrated "Eva" at the final moments of film.
Nancy plays Susan Jacks, an IRS agent who's assigned to collect the astronomical taxes that have
I could not get past the scam where they were comping rooms for points
through "coin purchases."
In fact, after running twin current- and capital-account surpluses persistently for two decades, China’s foreign-exchange reserves are poised to break the $4 trillion threshold, with the marginal cost of every dollar
vastly surpassing its potential benefits.
That’s a lot, especially given that disposable household income grew by just 8% between 2007 and 2017, almost none of which
to those from which the Yellow Vests draw the bulk of their support.
The share of actual production in domestic value-added has also declined, as has the share of the remaining value-added
Europe’s retained wealth and
cultural resources will allow the old continent to live in relative comfort in the decades ahead, even if it gradually cedes its position in the production of goods and services.
Singapore’s social-media startup Bubble Motion (recently rebranded as Bubbly) generated more than 20 million users in its first two years – nearly double the number that Facebook or Twitter
in the same period in their history.
China’s initial globalization “dividend,”
through low factor costs, is rapidly diminishing, and a new era – characterized by reliance on the massive domestic market to absorb foreign high-level factors of production, such as technology and human capital – is just beginning.
The European Parliament is almost certain to become significantly more fragmented – a consequential development, given the power it has recently
In many countries, interest
on a mortgage remains tax deductible.
Median household income in the US is still below its 2007 level – indeed, close to its level two decades ago – and roughly 90% of all US income gains in the post-crisis period have
to the top 1% of households.
The largest gains from globalization have not only
to the middle and upper classes in Asia, but also to the top 1% of earners worldwide.
When they made money, it
principally to the family itself.
But that growth, based mainly on commodity exports and extractive industries, has demonstrated a limited capacity to drive socioeconomic transformation, not least because most of its benefits have
to a small share of the population.
They might be excluded from participation in informal networks, or have limited influence in appropriating the
benefits of collective action.
The PiS, for one, has
substantial electoral support, thanks in part to its exploitation of past tragedies for political ends.
Whatever the ultimate agreement in Paris, climate negotiators must ensure that the
losses resulting from global emissions are borne fairly and do not remain the sole burden of those suffering the greatest harm.
Yet, because the usual response – socialization of bank losses, with a privileged few keeping the profits and bonuses they
while the bubble was growing – creates moral hazard, the cycle is likely to be repeated.
This does not even take into account social returns,
through reduced traffic congestion and cleaner air.
In Europe, the United Kingdom, and the US, we are feeling the effects of the unsustainable levels of public and private debt
in the years before 2008.
The benefits of low interest rates have
not to the population at large, and certainly not to the middle class, but to billionaires – the top 0.1%.
For one thing, the debts were enormous, amounting to over $100 billion (including
interest payments); indeed, Argentina’s was the largest external default on record until Greece’s recent restructuring.