I will note, jdr, that Social Security IS solvent, into the 2040s.
So all restoring those cuts means is that it will force quicker drastic action on how to keep Medicare solvent.
But what Shteyngart describes is the sort of dysfunction that occasionally plagues even the best and most solvent carrier.
This solvent is sometimes used as brake fluid in automobiles.
If they marked those assets to their real values, the banks would have to stop pretending they are solvent.
If we had no pure coin or solvent banks, counterfeit notes and bogus money could not be circulated.
The solvent power of water makes it so valuable for washing.
The ordinates represent the amount of A, the absciss the amount of B in a constant amount of the third component, the solvent.
As already remarked, the solvent is expelled with cold water.
This solvent separates the humic and ulmic acids from the undecomposed vegetable fibers.
solvent sol·vent (sŏl'vənt)
Capable of dissolving another substance. n.
A substance in which another substance is dissolved, forming a solution.
A substance capable of dissolving another substance.