COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
▪ Ironically, it is in some of these that the biggest shortfalls have been exposed.
▪ This week the council said the 7.5 percent pay rise given to teachers left them with an education budget shortfall of £2.5m.
▪ That uncertainty arose after a $ 10 million budget shortfall surfaced in July, days before the start of the school year.
▪ These revenue shortfalls at the state and local levels are largely filled by Federal transfers or grants.
▪ However, members have recommended taking £385,000 from other capital funds to the housing budget to cover the shortfall.
▪ Meantime, the tribe is looking for ways to cover the shortfall.
▪ But Kohl insists that no tax package can be approved until new ways are found to cover the shortfall in revenues.
▪ State lawmakers were criticized for failing to provide money to cover the shortfall.
▪ Some homeowners face four or five-figure shortfalls on their policies, meaning that their loans may not be repaid in full.
▪ Even with the supplemental supplies, the affected districts will face a predicted shortfall of 7. 5 million gallons a day.
▪ And if everyone followed it, the Government would find itself facing a severe shortfall.
▪ The planned figure at the start of the year was about £30 million, making the true shortfall around 25 percent.
▪ Then, if one market segment sags, others may make up the shortfall.
▪ We are interested in how to make good that shortfall.
▪ Yorkshire Television made good the shortfall and the Electricity Board set to work.
▪ However, in certain limited circumstances you can make voluntary contributions to make up a shortfall in a particular year.
▪ Therefore, the acquirer should obtain a covenant that the seller will make up any shortfall.
▪ After this, your payments will be increased to make up the shortfall.
▪ So Hinkley C and two further stations would be needed to make up the shortfall.
▪ The company would meet any shortfall between proceeds of sale and the amount of the bonds.
▪ If the remaining 5 percent come in, they go into an interest-bearing account to meet future shortfalls.
▪ But conservation measures could actually meet the shortfall in supply expected by planners.
▪ Once again, I understand this year over £1m has to be found again by Darlington Health Authority to meet this shortfall.
▪ The need for additional staff should be identified at the earliest opportunity after consideration of alternative means of meeting the shortfall.
▪ The agency is a valuable resource to meet staffing shortfalls or an unexpected increase in workload.
▪ More crucially, however, will she tell the House how the Government will meet the identified shortfall in community care funding?
▪ If they do not meet that shortfall, there will be a sorry start to the future system of community care.
EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
▪ a 3% production shortfall
▪ Government aides predicted a $4 billion budget shortfall for this year.
▪ The center had projected a $38,000 shortfall for its $6.47 million budget.
▪ The districts affected by the drought will face a predicted shortfall of 7.5 million gallons a day.
▪ We've had to trim our budget to compensate for a $1.5 million shortfall in revenue.
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ A DoH spokeswoman is confident that last year's 50 percent increase will help accommodate this year's shortfall.
▪ Cirrus had warned analysts to expect a significant shortfall.
▪ He noted that the city is facing a possible $ 50 million shortfall.
▪ He, himself, did not identity a shortfall in March 1992, the context for determining that appeal then.
▪ However, there is still a shortfall of £500,000 which has to be found before negotiations can be concluded.
▪ It follows the discovery of a shortfall in the Anfield books which was spotted by the club accountant.
▪ Its shortfall is in dealing with individuals, patients and physicians say.
▪ This compares with a $ 1. 5 million shortfall last year.