An arrow, having a rotary motion, formerly used with the crossbow.
to transfer a surplus from one account to cover a deficit in another, to make a virement.
* 1996 , Derek Glover & Sue Law, Managing Professional Development in Education :
* 2005 , House of Commons (United Kingdom), Prison Education Report :
- For example, in 1993, only 8 per cent of the survey schools said that they were likely to vire funds if problems arose during the year.
* 2012 , David Maclaren, "Changing the Civil Service", Managing Public Services :
- Prison education budgets were placed in the hands of prison governors who could vire money to other areas of the prisons.
- Because we cannot vire money between budgets, we buy more machines than we need, but cannot pay anyone to run them!