After 1937, however, only the game with the fully inflated ball has been officially recognized.
Inflated costs of glass and other raw materials made repairing their own homes a difficult task.
Inflated space stations are fine, as long as they do not lead to inflated expectations.
C.D.O.s were the grandchildren of mortgage-backed securities based on the inflated value of enslaved people sold in the 1820s and 1830s.
However, according to the Potomac Economics report, these prices remained at the inflated rate for 33 hours longer than necessary.
The current market has seen plenty of excitement around high-growth potential tech companies but Bird's valuation still seems inflated.
Slowly, however, the inflated web collapses, and the spider must travel to the water’s surface for bubble renewal, which it does about once each day.
When Facebook went through crises over inflated video metrics, data privacy, and hate speech, Everson was there to reassure clients and do damage control.
Inflated sea-freight rates push most cargo onto lorries, trains and aircraft, even though these are pricier and produce up to 145 times as many carbon emissions.
A Queen-sized mattress weighs 99 pounds when sealed in the box and 78 pounds when unpacked and inflated; Casper's inflated mattress weighs 85 pounds.
Investigators uncovered evidence that a "cartel" of engineering corporations - including Odebrecht - was rigging bids and paying bribes to secure contracts at inflated prices.
Employees tried to conceal those sales by adding $190 million in inflated expenses, creating a fake operations database, and falsifying accounting records, according to the regulator.
However, manually inflated jackets and belt-packs are best for strong swimmers, as they will need to perform additional steps to get the jacket inflated and in position.
I suggest that you talk to British and American investors in the China of the 1950s, who saw their assets evaporate as they paid inflated wage bills and inflated utility rates.
The other aspect of the bubbles in Japan and America was a surge in corporate investment, based on cheap capital and unrealistic expectations about future profits—often inflated by shady accounting practices.
The story, headlined “Inflated Grades, Inflated Egos, Inflated Futures,” reported that seventy to seventy-five per cent of all grades given in the previous semester were A’s or A-minuses.
Brazil’s government on Friday removed comprehensive numbers on coronavirus cases and deaths from the Health Ministry’s website, claiming without offering evidence that state officials had been reporting inflated figures to secure more federal funding.
Earlier Friday, OfferUp said it was actively removing items with "prices that are clearly inflated above standard market value" and that its investigations team works with law enforcement agencies throughout the U.S. to investigate illegally price items.
New York's state attorney general is investigating whether Donald Trump illegally inflated the value of his business assets on annual financial statements to help secure bank loans and other financial windfalls, the office revealed in a lawsuit filing on Monday.
The inflated numbers were more than just harmless self-promotion and amounted to fraudulent enticement of investors, who believed they were buying into a project that was healthier than it actually was, said Adam Leitman Bailey, the lawyer representing the buyers.
- enlarged beyond truth or reasonableness
- pretentious (especially with regard to language or ideals)
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