Cost Me

Business / Finance / Cost Me: Arrangement whereby the shareholders of a project receive output free of charge but agree to pay all operating and financing charges of the project.

Other Words for Cost

Cost Verb Synonyms: price, outlay, payment, charge, expense, expenditure, rate, tariff
Cost Noun Synonyms: sell for, get, fetch, bring in, set (someone) back
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Unit-In-Place Method

Business / Real Estate / Unit-In-Place Method: The appraisal method of estimating building costs by calculating the costs of all of the physical components in the structure with the cost of each item including its proper installation, connection, MORE

National Meteorological Center (NMC)

Science / Weather / National Meteorological Center (NMC): Now incorporated into the National Centers for Environmental Prediction, it was the division of the National Weather Service that produced, processed, handled, and distributed meteorological and ocean MORE

National Rural Development Council (NRDC)

Business / Agriculture / National Rural Development Council (NRDC): This is the federal component of the National Rural Development Partnership. The NRDC comprises representatives from various federal departments and national organizations whose activities or policies MORE

National Rural Economic Development Institute (NREDI)

Business / Agriculture / National Rural Economic Development Institute (NREDI): Helps develop the capacity of the National Rural Development Partnership and its constituent organizations (State Rural Development Councils and the National Rural Development Council) by providing ec MORE

National Foundation For Consumer Credit

Business / Finance / National Foundation For Consumer Credit: A nonprofit organization that seeks to help consumers who have taken on too much debt by helping them work out payment plans and supplying credit counseling. MORE

National Rural Development Partnership

Business / Agriculture / National Rural Development Partnership: A collaborative effort comprised of representatives of the federal, state, local, and tribal governments, the private sector, and the nonprofit sector to promote rural development across the nation. T MORE

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