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Relating to or in accordance with an estimate of income and expenditure.‘tight budgetary constraints’‘a coalition to prevent budgetary cuts to schools’
- ‘The imposition of such budgetary measures often constitutes a departure from existing college budget policies.’
- ‘I'm certain the budgetary restraints forced the use of such footage instead of shooting all the flight scenes themselves.’
- ‘However, largely for budgetary reasons, the project collapsed.’
- ‘Such concepts apply to architecture across the budgetary spectrum, from the low end to the highbrow.’
- ‘He realized that audiences want budgetary excess coupled with simplistic romance more than highly personal films of emotional strength.’
- ‘For a first-time effort on this budgetary scale, I could not have asked for more.’
- ‘Any self-respecting artistic director will demand the right to rethink budgetary priorities.’
- ‘Despite its obvious budgetary deficiencies, this version of the Lewis classic is an effort worth seeing.’
- ‘Decisions were made based on budgetary concern or expediency.’
- ‘This process began by translating user needs into the budgetary framework.’
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