I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been asked to help explain the difference between capital and debt. It’s not that I’m being judgmental, but I believe that so much of the confusion comes from the fact that many people get confused between the two.

Well, in the simplest sense, capital is money, but the word money has two different meanings: money in one form and money in another. That is a little complicated because capital is also used as a verb. In this sense, capital means money to someone who has a very specific and limited definition of money.

“In the simplest sense,” you say, “capital is money, but the word money has two different meanings money in one form and money in another.” That is correct. In this sense, capital is money to people who do not have a specific and limited definition of money.

The first meaning of money is money in one form. In the simplest sense, you say, money in one form. In the second sense, you say, money in two forms. We’re referring to the second meaning because it’s the other meaning of money that we’re talking about. In this sense, money is money to people who do have a specific and limited definition of money.

Money can be used in a variety of forms. Money is used in the form of cash, checks, bank cards, and money orders. In terms of money in the second sense, you say, money in two forms. Were referring to the second meaning because its the other meaning of money that were talking about. In this sense, money is money to people who do have a specific and limited definition of money.

In terms of money in the second sense, you say, money in two forms. Were referring to the second meaning because its the other meaning of money that were talking about. In this sense, money is money to people who do have a specific and limited definition of money.

In this regard, it seems like money is something that, to a degree, everyone has. So how many of us have money in the first sense? Maybe just a few of us. And, as you say, the first sense is the most important one. But it is worth noting that nearly all people have money in the second sense, and the second sense is the most important one.

So there should be no doubt that money is a very real thing that we all have. It is a very real thing that is something we all have, and the first sense of money is the most important one. But the second sense of money is more important, too.

It seems to me that the best way to explain the importance of the second sense is to compare it to the first sense. The first sense of money is something that is something that is not necessarily something that we have. The second sense of money is something that is something that we do have. We can have money because we can spend it. Money is something that we can use in the same way we use credit cards and debit cards.

The first sense of money, money is something that is something that is something that is something that we do have. It’s something that we can spend and have, but it’s not something that we can own, as we can spend money on a car and a house and other things that we can buy with money. The second sense of money is something that we do have. We can spend money and have, but we don’t have money to spend it on.

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