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Use "accruing" in a sentence
"What Krugman is proposing is bold, but not unprecedented, and after the Wall Street greed-fest of the past 25 years, it seems entirely appropriate: it is time that the taxpayers, not the financiers, reap any benefits accruing from a public bailout of the system ... since the taxpayers are the people now assuming the risk."
"A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: "Safer Neighbourhoods Teams play an important role in accruing intelligence about possible gang activities, which can then be acted upon by specialist teams depending its nature.""
"Added to the already harsh 3% fee for foreign currency transactions (1% to Visa or Mastercard, and the remaining 2% to BofA) and interest accruing from the first day that an advance is taken and you've got all the fixings for a spectacularly bad deal for obtaining pesos."