surplus: abundance; extended; extensive reprieve : to delay the impending
punishment or sentence of (a condemned person.) ; temporary relief. So I'm
Often, you'll hear reprieve used when a court or governor decides not to execute
a prisoner. That prisoner is given a reprieve and will be allowed to live.
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Jul 19, 2012 ... The markets are celebrating, but the euphoria will be short-lived as usual. ... The
implicit subsidy to banks means that German banks have an ... and many other
distressed countries ran budget surpluses before the crisis.
Aug 18, 2016 ... It also wants fiscal surplus targets to be lowered so Athens has more ... Greece
has been given another reprieve, but that does not mean its ...
Oct 1, 2015 ... ... When Do. Securities Violators Receive a Reprieve? ... mortgage securities do
tend to receive waivers, even though such ...... 230.405 (listing, in paragraphs (1)(
iv)–(vii) of the definition of “ineligible issuer,” .... Surplus cash,.
Aug 19, 2015 ... Albee also wants the county do a forensic audit to help find out what happened to
$1.3 million worth of surplus nursing home construction bond money. .... the
representative told him that the resolution "doesn't mean anything.
Feb 3, 2011 ... One sector's deficit equals another's surplus. ... Meanwhile, the domestic
government sector will have increased its net financial ... That private sector
deficit continued for almost a decade (with a reprieve during the Bush ...
Jan 11, 2012 ... The yuan is expected to continue to rise against the dollar, though the shrinking
surplus likely will mean slower appreciation, say economists, ...
Feb 26, 2016 ... SFSU College of Ethnic Studies Fights for Budget Survival, Wins Year Reprieve
... "The Provost has spent a 14 million dollar surplus in six years," ... "What does
that mean when the birthplace of ethnic studies says 'no more'?