overexpenditure

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overexpenditure

[ˌəʊvəɪksˈpendɪtʃəʳ] Ngasto m excesivo
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Thomson noted that the overexpenditure would likely be covered by savings in other parts of the county's operating budget.
The combined effect of the uncontrolled borrowing, most of which was not supported by proper due diligence, the irresponsible spending, including the unprecedented, humongous overexpenditure, coupled with high inflation, is the lamentable weakening of the cedi to the levels we are seeing now.
39) The result, the theory goes, is systematic overexpenditure of
We are going to be ruthless against those indulging in any kind of illegal activities, be it overexpenditure or anything else.
Furthermore, with limited career counseling and few career models, negative outcome expectations may include a fear of familial disapproval for not choosing a common career path, fear of financial overexpenditure with no guarantees of fiscal reimbursement, and poor self-efficacy in one's ability to achieve success in the given field.
Finance Minister Shaikh Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Khalifa stressed that global financial changes triggered by the crisis needed to be considered while preparing the general budget, to optimise the financial policy and avoid overexpenditure.
Inappropriately overexpenditure on certain ambitious 'vertical programmes' at the cost of neglecting many ongoing 'horizontal' programmes reflects mismanagement of available resources.
It is incumbent on the munitions staff to work closely with the G-3 staff to anticipate a unit's operational needs and prevent possible overexpenditure of stocks when combat operations bump up the unit's operating tempo.
Yet in 1937, the fact that 'even a small overfulfilment of output norms by individual groups of workers' could cause a disproportional overexpenditure of the monetary-reward fund was already perceived as a problem (GARF 9414.
One should not forget that many big commercial media are being forced to cut back on staff and content and/or programming largely because of bureaucracy and overexpenditure.
Thus, while not explicitly mentioned among Brown's criteria, possible financial problems were represented by an item tapping overexpenditure on computing, included to round out an addiction factor (see item C6 in Table 2).