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1. A government's revenue and expenditure should be balanced.
2. Cuts in government expenditure are politically unpopular.
3. The computer was my largest single item of expenditure.
4. The group is calling for higher expenditure on education.
5. We must try our best to regulate our expenditure.
6. He reckoned up the expenditure of the last week.
7. They must retrench their expenditure for the purpose of making up the deficit.
8. They will be concerned to cut back expenditure on unnecessary items.
9. The budget provided for a total expenditure of ￡27 billion.
10. Who authorized this expenditure?
11. Public expenditure was running at 44 . 6 % of GNP.
12. Capital expenditure was treble the 1998 level.
13. Every branch of expenditure was provincialized.
14. Total expenditure amounted to approximately ￡1 million.
15. All categories of expenditure are under review.
16. Righting the economy will demand major cuts in expenditure.
17. The budget provided for expenditure of $2 billion.
18. The government is cutting arms expenditure.
19. We must try and limit our expenditure.
20. Pay constitutes two-thirds of all current expenditure.
21. They should cut their expenditure on defence.
22. He is rigorous in his control of expenditure.
23. We're primarily concerned with keeping expenditure down.
24. My expenditure is conditioned by my income.
25. Total expenditure is projected to rise by 25%.
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26. Expenditure on education fell by 10% last year.
27. Break your expenditure down into bills, food and other.
28. Savings have been disposed of in order to meet the growing gap between income and expenditure.
29. Policies of tax reduction must lead to reduced public expenditure.
30. The policy tried to check the exponential growth of public expenditure.
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