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depreciation
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Don Quixote
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  • The curate smoothed matters by promising to make good all losses to the best of his power, not only as regarded the wine-skins but also the wine, and above all the depreciation of the tail which they set such store by.

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  • Part of the loss was attributed to the depreciation of the dollar against the yen.
  • He neglected to include equipment depreciation in his profit forecast.

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