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  • eager Eager and excited, she began to tell Gratton what she meant to do.
  • earmark A fresh census should be taken and kept up to date, the wants of each man noted, and a definite attempt made now to earmark sites and material for building, to provide the garden plots, and plan the best and prettiest type of cottage.
  • embark I now observed that those who had been unable to embark in the canoe were making their way in that direction.
  • ember At the end of December there were 148,000 men fit for duty.
  • emerge How few of us ever emerge from such beginning!
  • image The image of Clerval was forever before me, ghastly and murdered.
  • make He felt the whistle of a club that missed him by so little as to make the skin twitch on the back of his neck.
  • maker "I am a dress-maker; but I can do other work," said Rachel, thinking this, poor girl!
  • marge To win this virgin land,-a kingly quest,- Chivalric deeds were wrought; Long by thy marge and on thy placid breast The Gaul and Saxon fought.
  • mark Mark my words, now.
  • marker The rows and the proper distances for the plants are designated by a "marker," an implement consisting of several wheels fastened to a frame and drawn by hand.
  • markka
  • meager
  • merger
  • mocker The "Koran" says: "Do not mock-the mocked may be better than the mocker ."
  • remake
  • remark
  • smacker
  • smoker
  • Earmarked Discount the cash flows before allowing for the debt capital (but allowing for the tax relief obtained on the debt capital) Advantages: Simpler to apply if a specific project is being valued which does not have earmarked debt capital finance Disadvantages: Requires judgement on choice of discount rate; no explicit allowance for cost of debt capital, which may be much higher than a risk-free rate Weighted average cost of capital approach (WACC) Derive a weighted cost of the capital obtained from the various sources and use that discount rate to discount the cash flows from the project Advantages: Overcomes the requirement for debt capital finance to be earmarked to particular projects Disadvantages: Care must be exercised in the selection of the appropriate income stream.
  • Emerged The hands of the clock stood at eleven when at last they emerged upon the sidewalk.
  • emerges Whilst we were at Florence, living in the Casa Iandelli, I made a delightful excursion to Vallombrosa, driving in a little carriage to Pelago, and thence riding on a cart-horse up the forest-clothed mountain by the rough track which emerges on a bright green lawn, then covered with masses of lilies and columbine, and other spring flowers of every description.
  • meeker
  • murkier

68 words made from the letters EMARKER

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