losings losings


  • (n) something lost (especially money lost at gambling)


  1. Texas, Alabama, New Mexico and Pennsylvania would shoulder much of the burden from 57 military base closings announced today.
  2. Over two decades ago, I found my calling working in a community devastated by steel-plant closings.
  3. Faced with base closings, towns are desperate to get off the hit list.



  • Samuelson argues: "Correct Ricardian theory does imply that worldwide real income per capita does gain . so that winners' winnings will suffice worldwide to more than compensate losers' losings."
    on Dec 4, 2007 By: Paul Samuelson Source: RealClearPolitics (blog)

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affectation affectation
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