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in de tid nis

  • n  an obligation to pay money to another party
  • n  a personal relation in which one is indebted for a service or favor

  • The over-indebtedness hitherto presupposed must have had its starters.
  • In fact, the last third of the book focuses on humanity's indebtedness to nature, as told through a parody of A Christmas Carol and the stark, postapocalyptic reality that awaits .
  • That rise in indebtedness is now giving way to what looks to be a long slide.
News & Articles

  • Bank Street Joint Lead Arranger for $135 Million Alpheus Credit Facility
    Credit Facility Refinances Existing Indebtedness and Provides Platform for Growth (PRWeb June 10, 2013) Read the full story at
    June 10, 2013 - PRWeb
  • Kansas pays off Certificate of Indebtedness
    News release from the office of Kansas Governor Sam Brownback: The State of Kansas paid off its $400 million Certificate of Indebtedness for Fiscal Year 2013 Friday.  The state issues an annual certificate
    June 7, 2013 - KFJX Pittsburg
  • Moody's joins Fitch in downgrading Ill. credit
    A second major rating agency is downgrading Illinois' credit worthiness. Moody's Investors Service lowered the state's $27 billion in outstanding bonded indebtedness Thursday to A3 from A2. The new rating's ...
    June 7, 2013 - Associated Press via Yahoo! News

  • Chris Dodd in TIME
    Dodd said: "Growth is slowing. Inflation is rising. Consumer confidence is plummeting, while indebtedness is deepening."
  • Francois Fillon in The Associated Press
    Fillon said he "understands the worries" of workers, but added, "We must break the spiral of indebtedness. ...... We need a bit of courage."
  • Pat Rabbitte in International Herald Tribune
    There's a huge level of personal indebtedness out there, people with huge mortgages and so on,Rabbitte said. "They may have been fearful of changing horses in midstream."

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