Short book


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A situation in which a bank's liabilities have a shorter term (on average) than its assets. This indicates that it may not be able to meet its obligations when the time comes. It is also called an unmatched book or a short book.
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Right in the preface, authors Boerner and Sickles concede that this "is a short book that will not take long to read." That's deliberate, they say, and a recognition that for executives, time is a precious commodity.
The winner will be interviewed by a professional author and their story will be turned into a short book.
But this is no parochial exercise in misplaced local pride: it is a carefully researched, appealingly written, beautifully designed and illustrated short book that brings a new perspective to a very oft-told story.
This short book adds to the large critical discourse on the car.
It might only be a short book, but this is a story that will stay with read-erfor a long time.
"The Short Book on Happiness: Transform Your Life in 10 Days" is a guide to reclaiming the happiness so often eludes people.
This wonderful, short book with rich vocabulary is perfect for both language arts and medieval history curricula.
In combining both social and cultural history, this short book relies more on biographical portraits than detailed analysis of specific policies and philosophies.
Though a relatively short book this will help anyone wishing more fully to understand the man behind the book that still shocks, in part because it shows how men really behave and not how they should.
This resulted in a short book, but by 1869 she was making funding arrangements for children to be shipped to Canada.
In this short book, he shares what he has learned about trees, and it is considerable.
This short book deals succinctly with mother-daughter relationships, adoption, family forgiveness, runaways, and child abuse.