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I don't know if I made it easier to understand, but the short answer could be.

Accrued Liabilities are amounts a company owes for goods or services in which an invoice has not yet been received at month end. You accrue the amount of the goods or services because you physically have not yet receieved and entered an Accounts Payable invoice, but you know or can estimate the amount of the goods or services that were received, but unrecorded in the financial statements.
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