Crumpton turned the young man into an asset, and he provided an immense amount of usable information.
Border Patrol agents say that best way to watch the line is by air, but even that asset is wanting here.
He became an asset of the DEA and was sent to spy on Pakistani drug dealers.
The collapse in asset values since 2007 has busted the net worth of the median family all the way back down to early 1990s levels.
"We realized we had an asset that we needed to preserve and pay attention to," said Eaton.
A reporter who could thus cater to the public greed for horrors was an asset to the Cincinnati press.
Your beauty is as tangible an asset as money would be; but beauty requires money.
You would wish me to convince you that he is liability rather than an asset.
I can be a gentleman all right without that asset; you said father didn't go.
The one by the well-known author has a valuable asset in its creator; the one by the new author has no asset but its own merits.
A possession that can be turned into cash to cover liabilities.
Note: Commonly, the term denotes anything of value.