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  • One day her husband, the Reverend James Pullum, answered the phone on the second ring and started yelling without saying hello: "They want to be assured that they going to get some MONETARY SATISFACTION.†   (source)
  • Walter Lee can be rescued from the monetary crisis he has brought upon the family; all he has to do is admit that he's not the equal of the white residents who don't want him moving in, that his pride and self-respect, his identity, can be bought.†   (source)
  • The IPO raised $3 billion, unprecedented but not unexpected, and with all monetary concerns behind him, and with Stenton and Bailey aboard, Ty was free to float, to hide, to disappear.†   (source)
  • 5) Cash poo1 donations, as with all monetary transactions within the U.S. Government, must use official U.S. currency-no yen or Kongbucksl Naturally, this will lead to a bulk problem if people try to use the donation bucket as a dumping ground for bundles of old billion. and trillion. dollar bills.†   (source)
  • Fearing the potential monetary costs, three of the activists reluctantly appeared in court and apologized to McDonald's.†   (source)
  • Ministering wasn't a profession where people made a lot of money, but of course ministers weren't in it for monetary gain, they were in it for the long haul, if you know what I mean.†   (source)
  • SOLARI: official monetary unit of the Imperium, its purchasing power set at quatricentennial negotiations between the Guild, the Landsraad, and the Emperor.†   (source)
  • An important condition was the transition from a subsistence economy to a monetary economy.†   (source)
  • He'd taught seminars and written articles and had been interviewed on CNN about measuring the effects of pleasure and good fortune on a monetary scale-and yet he'd been at a loss when it came to figuring out what Lacy would enjoy.†   (source)
  • Comfort and an easy life, for instance; the feeling of power and respect, perhaps; monetary gain-perhaps all of these things.†   (source)
  • "It's just been my experience that some kinds of working relationships are better motivated by fear than by monetary gain."†   (source)
  • Impossible to identify ("They don't carry the 'I'm a bad guy' flag," says one SEAL), these hard-line Taliban insurgents, foreign jihadists, aspiring terrorists, and good old-fashioned organized criminals all had the same goal: upset any attempts at regional (thus national) stability for either their own monetary gain or to accomplish Allah's will.†   (source)
  • When a potential donor in Atlanta began calling CAI's office dangling monetary bait, Mortenson bit down on the hook and booked a flight.†   (source)
  • That impressive turning point is only a couple of weeks away, but not soon enough to score the monetary birthday rewards I hope for from relatives, far and near.†   (source)
  • That was the monetary goal set by Treasury for the Seventh Bond Tour.†   (source)
  • I used to be on Monetary Matters.†   (source)
  • Reformed in all ways but monetary restitution, I might add.†   (source)
  • We have had different approaches to agriculture, to monetary union, to defence.†   (source)
  • He's writing this letter, he says, from the top of a tree, where he's watching the football game over the stadium wall—cheaper than buying a ticket—and eating a peanut butter sandwich, cheaper than eating in a restaurant: he doesn't like monetary transactions.†   (source)
  • However, States probably won't pay for their monetary failures.†   (source)
  • Let the record show that David Angelini offered a monetary bribe to investigating primary Lieutenant Eve Dallas, and the aforesaid bribe was refused.†   (source)
  • Our confidence is not in the monetary success we have gained.†   (source)
  • That many of the people are 'outside the monetary sector'?†   (source)
  • "The family's work in Africa had been rewarding in every way except monetarily.†   (source)
  • He can have no monetary reason to not be independent.†   (source)
  • What monetary compensation would have made up for not having a woman like Lacy in his life?†   (source)
  • In these Papers, we often refer to Great Britain's political and monetary systems.†   (source)
  • Even the monetary dues were voluntary.†   (source)
  • Langdon now realized, appropriate to a vault called "Vatican Assets," the ledgers were arranged by the overall monetary value of each artist's collection.†   (source)
  • The inability of the USDA to seek monetary damages from the meatpacking industry is highly unusual, given the federal government's power to use fines as a means of regulatory enforcement in the airline, automobile, mining, steel, and toy industries.†   (source)
  • Toward the end of the Middle Ages, cities had developed, with effective trades and a lively commerce of new goods, a monetary economy and banking.†   (source)
  • You can't have vandalism without monetary damages, and if nothing on the property was broken or defaced….†   (source)
  • "However, this network has contacted both Parzival and Art3mis via e-mail, and we've extended generous monetary offers to each of them in return for an exclusive interview, either in the OASIS or here in the real world."†   (source)
  • If all monetary transactions, all health and DNA information, every piece of one's life, good or bad, when every word uttered flows through one channel?"†   (source)
  • The victim also has the chance to receive answers to any lingering questions about the crime, and to be directly involved in trying to develop a plan for the offender to pay back a debt if possible—emotional or monetary.†   (source)
  • After all, she did not understand what I meant when I explained that the monetary value of the art meant nothing to me.†   (source)
  • The programme of the new Labour government: driving up standards in education; welfare reform; monetary and fiscal stability as the foundation of a modern economy; massive investment in our public services tied to the challenge of modernization; a huge programme of constitutional change; a new positive attitude to Europe -- it is a program of national renewal as ambitious as any undertaken in any western democracy in recent times.†   (source)
  • Therefore, when balancing the religious rights of inmates against the compelling governmental interest of the state, this court is mindful of more than just the monetary cost, or even the security cost to other inmates.†   (source)
  • But to depend on a government that must, itself, depend on thirteen other governments to fulfill its contracts would require a credulity rarely seen in the monetary transactions of mankind and unreconcilable with the usual sharp-sightedness of avarice.†   (source)
  • She had several reasons for wanting to keep them and their monetary value was the least reason.†   (source)
  • They are enshrined in the hearts of all loyal Southerners, and no one begrudges them the scant monetary returns they make for their risks.†   (source)
  • He also undertook cases in which there was a little or no monetary reward sheerly because the problem involved interested him.†   (source)
  • The Rostovs' monetary affairs had not improved during the two years they had spent in the country.†   (source)
  • But the best use is not always the same with monetary success.†   (source)
  • The Union was invested with the power of controlling the monetary system, of directing the post office, and of opening the great roads which were to establish a communication between the different parts of the country.†   (source)
  • But he could not manage finance: he knew values well, but he had no keenness of imagination for monetary results in the shape of profit and loss: and having ascertained this to his cost, he determined to give up all forms of his beloved "business" which required that talent.†   (source)
  • But to men of Mr. Deane's stamp, what goes on among the young people is as extraneous to the real business of life as what goes on among the birds and butterflies, until it can be shown to have a malign bearing on monetary affairs.†   (source)
  • As to Mr Merdle, he was so much wanted by the men in the City and the rest of those places, and was such a doosed extraordinary phenomenon in Buying and Banking and that, that Mr Sparkler doubted if the monetary system of the country would be able to spare him; though that his work was occasionally one too many for him, and that he would be all the better for a temporary shy at an entirely new scene and climate, Mr Sparkler did not conceal.†   (source)
  • The better class of minds, however, did not need to be informed that the Powlers were an ancient stock, who could trace themselves so exceedingly far back that it was not surprising if they sometimes lost themselves — which they had rather frequently done, as respected horse-flesh, blind-hookey, Hebrew monetary transactions, and the Insolvent Debtors' Court.†   (source)
  • He had no male audience to-day except Mr. Moss, who knew nothing, as he said, of the "natur' o' mills," and could only assent to Mr. Tulliver's arguments on the a priori ground of family relationship and monetary obligation; but Mr. Tulliver did not talk with the futile intention of convincing his audience, he talked to relieve himself; while good Mr. Moss made strong efforts to keep his eyes wide open, in spite of the sleepiness which an unusually good dinner produced in his…†   (source)
  • The bank may be regarded as the great monetary tie of the Union, just as Congress is the great legislative tie; and the same passions which tend to render the States independent of the central power, contribute to the overthrow of the bank.†   (source)
  • Without that memory of Raffles she might still have thought only of monetary ruin, but now along with her brother's look and words there darted into her mind the idea of some guilt in her husband—then, under the working of terror came the image of her husband exposed to disgrace—and then, after an instant of scorching shame in which she felt only the eyes of the world, with one leap of her heart she was at his side in mournful but unreproaching fellowship with shame and isolation.†   (source)
  • But a step in the required direction it was beyond yea or nay and both monetarily and mentally it contained no reflection on his dignity in the smallest and it often turned in uncommonly handy to be handed a cheque at a muchneeded moment when every little helped.†   (source)
  • The unexpected discovery of an object of great monetary value (precious stone, valuable adhesive or impressed postage stamps (7 schilling, mauve, imperforate, Hamburg, 1866: 4 pence, rose, blue paper, perforate, Great Britain, 1855: 1 franc, stone, official, rouletted, diagonal surcharge, Luxemburg, 1878), antique dynastical ring, unique relic) in unusual repositories or by unusual means: from the air (dropped by an eagle in flight), by fire (amid the carbonised remains of an…†   (source)
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