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  1. Now look at the benefits that will accrue.
  2. The idea is that this helps you accrue interest.
  3. Yes, you can watch the profits accrue day after day.
  4. EACH TIME YOU ACCRUE 2,500 POINTS, YOU RECEIVE A CHECK FOR $25.
  5. In three years of temping, I did not accrue a minute of vacation.

  6. To accrue what I hear into this song, to let sounds contribute toward it.
  7. Future royalties will be payable directly to band members as they accrue.
  8. This profit will continue to accrue as long as the puts remain unexercised.
  9. One is not granted equality, but rather given the chance to accrue rewards.
  10. Interest begins to accrue on your loan for every day that your payment is late.
  11. He detailed the advantages which would accrue to the nation from a few fast sailing frigates.
  12. Brand equity refers to the marketing effects or outcomes that accrue to a product with its brand name.
  13. The second reason is related to the conditions under which profit may accrue from the conversion privilege.
  14. Which means that your profits – and losses! – would accrue four times as fast as a conventional investment.
  15. Apparently PE managers are skillful, even on average, but the benefits accrue disproportionately to themselves.

  16. The advantages that can accrue to ruling parties are a major contributing factor to democratic atrophy in Africa.
  17. How much will we have at the end of a year? The answer, again, depends on the frequency at which our losses accrue.
  18. It will cost, yes, but the expense will be worth it when you consider the benefits you’ll accrue in terms of goodwill.
  19. At the same time, the trader is obligated to pay the brokerage firm any dividends that accrue over the short-sale period.
  20. But bear in mind that interest will still accrue, so consider making whatever payments you can to keep the balance in check.
  21. Usually, bursts up to a certain bandwidth or duration carry no extra charge, but eventually, additional charges will accrue.
  22. I propose that 45% of the net sum will accrue to you at the conclusion of this deal in so far as I do not incur further expenses.
  23. If you are a seller, you may soon be found out if any charges accrue to you and the site tries to process your credit information.
  24. Moreover, transaction costs can accrue not only when the strategy is initiated or liquidated but also whenever an adjustment is made.
  25. No problem, said Nick, although seething about the price, he would save that on the hospital bills that he would accrue if he stayed.

  26. One reason it was so cheap was the yacht never berthed for more than a few minutes, and never overnight – that’s when high charges accrue.
  27. Her beauty was of little consequence to her brother, who was busy considering the advantages that might accrue to himself from Stephen’s return.
  28. James Thornton, and, merely incidentally, of course, had touched on the great advantages that would accrue to the girl who should become his wife.
  29. Certain types of growth are of greatest benefit to investorshareholders while other types accrue more to consumers, labor, and private entrepreneurs.
  30. Because France and Britain both agree that the right of retaliation does not accrue before the neutral has acquiesced in the aggressions of the enemy.
  31. The value of the roll should be approximately the cost of carrying the exercise price from one expiration to the other less any dividends that accrue.
  32. Companys accrue costs related to ongoing relationships with knowledge workers, regardless of whether those workers add significant value to the company.
  33. In contrast, the modest excess returns in the first bar accrue to index investors who hold credit bonds only as long as they satisfy the index criteria.
  34. He himself carefully scanned each face, appraising the possibilities of establishing intimacy with each of those present, and the advantages that might accrue.
  35. The large excess returns in the second bar accrue to buy-and-hold investors who keep the credit bonds irrespective of their subsequent rating changes or aging.
  36. If any kind of advantage can be seen to accrue to those who have that responsibility, then an additional motive to support things as they are can be suspected.
  37. If one does not ride the charge and payments merry-go-round, then one cannot accrue a decent score and thus is unable to qualify for necessity loans, such as housing.
  38. If your mortgage is one that accrues interest daily, then the payments should be made either on time or preferably early to avoid the extra interest that will accrue.
  39. It is well known that the feudal law did exist in Louisiana, previous to its acquisition by the United States, and that by that law alluvion does accrue to the Crown.
  40. He went to visit and pay his respects to the matriarch of his tribe; who was, after nine-six years of hard life, and the successes which accrue over such a span, at last dying.
  41. The typical PE manager is skillful enough to outperform public indices on a gross basis but the benefits of these skills accrue primarily to the manager and not to the investor.
  42. After the tenth year of continued investment, an annual income of $2,500 would accrue via the maturity of a $10,000 unit each year and its replacement by a new $7,500 subscription.
  43. By federal law, the Disclosure Box will also tell you whether or not the card has what is called a grace period - a number of days, usually 25, until your purchase starts to accrue finance charges.
  44. An art committee decides, from time to time, what new artistio feature is to be introduced, or what hideous feature is to be changed, and as the revenues accrue, they are expended in this direction.
  45. However, we feel that these disadvantages are a small price to pay for the benefits that accrue from this type of position, that could make the difference between a profitable or unprofitable trade.
  46. It is wrong to be concerned about or to focus on the normal losses that accrue as part of the trading process, but there is certainly the danger of the unexpected and uncontrollable loss from an outlier event.
  47. Most of the gains (32 bp) accrue from retaining fallen angels instead of selling with the crowd (index rules imply selling at the bid price at the end of the month when a bond is downgraded to a sub-IG rating).
  48. Whatever arguments may be advanced to prove that harm and probably disaster will accrue from abolishing the authority of the State, the man who has already outgrown the State ideal cannot possibly be bound by it.
  49. If you sign on the line for this type of auto loan, you are legally committed to paying back the full principal balance of the loan as well as the total amount of all interest that would accrue over the life of the loan.
  50. That an estimate of the probable amount of the revenue which will accrue under existing laws, and be receivable within that year, has been submitted to Congress in the Annual Report of the Secretary of the Treasury made during the present session.
  51. If it be necessary to employ anything it would be vastly preferable that we should not go through all this solemn farce of passing a law for the purpose of exhibiting a sort of playful experiment, and there is probably a day of our time to be devoted to it, when, in truth, no solid advantages can accrue from it.
  52. In any dispute the irrefutable fact is that if you need to preserve a relationship (in commercial dealings that is not always the case), unless both parties get something from the imminent dialogue, which is an improvement for both of you greater than the status quo, then some rather unhappy baggage is likely to accrue.
  53. Living with no income other than social security which was earned in my old life rather second-handedly, as mothers and wives aren’t paid a salary that can accrue such benefits, and refusing any governmental assistance, even to having no medical insurance (not even death insurance = no easy way to end my life), leaves the force that moves me free to end my assignment whenever I am no longer needed.
  54. This being a second instance in which the condition of the captured ship, by rendering it impossible to get her into port, has barred a contemplated reward of successful valor, I recommend to the consideration of Congress the equity and propriety of a general provision, allowing, in such cases, both past and future, a fair proportion of the value which would accrue to the captors on the safe arrival and sale of the prize.
  55. This being a second instance in which the condition of the captured ship, by rendering it impossible to get her into port, has barred a contemplated reward of successful valor, I recommend to the consideration of Congress the equity and propriety of a general provision, allowing, in such cases, both past and future, a fair proportion of the value which would accrue to the captors, on the safe arrival and sale of the prize.
  56. Now, if the feudal law did exist, and by that law alluvion did accrue to the Crown of France, does it not follow that the same right did accrue to the United States by the deed of cession from France, who owned the territory? If the claimant was in possession when this act passed, it became the duty of the President of the United States to give him three months' notice previous to his removal; if not, no such notice was necessary.
  57. But, if this cannot be done, if the shipping interests of some of the States, and the manufacturing establishments of others, must be encouraged, and if others still must sell their wheat and flour, let us pursue the opposite course; let us sweep restrictive measures by the board; thus should we enjoy all the advantages which would result to the Government from imposts, all the benefits that would accrue to individuals from exports.
  58. Dashwood, persuaded that such an excursion would be productive of much amusement to both her daughters, and perceiving through all her affectionate attention to herself, how much the heart of Marianne was in it, would not hear of their declining the offer upon her account; insisted on their both accepting it directly; and then began to foresee, with her usual cheerfulness, a variety of advantages that would accrue to them all, from this separation.
  59. Although society‘s ultimate goal should be, wherever possible, the rehabilitation of its hardened citizens; and allowing that a rehabilitated, productive citizen must necessarily accrue to the mutual advantage of that society and that polite and polished manners otherwise enhance the quality of life or, if not for humane reasons only, its immediate objective should be maintaining the safety and security of its law-abiding citizens by keeping them out of harm‘s way.
  60. Resolved, That two years be given in addition to the time allowed by law to the purchasers of public lands, whose time of payment shall have or may expire on or before the first day of January, 1814, on condition that all the interest that has accrued or may accrue on or before the 18th day of March next, shall be paid at that day, and the interest that may become due thereafter shall be paid at the day on which the time, according to existing laws, shall expire for making payment.
  61. Featherstone—promised? who said I had ever promised? I promise nothing—I shall make codicils as long as I like—and that considering the nature of such a proceeding, it is unreasonable to presume that a young man of sense and character would attempt it—ah, but the gentleman doesn't say you are a young man of sense and character, mark you that, sir!—As to my own concern with any report of such a nature, I distinctly affirm that I never made any statement to the effect that your son had borrowed money on any property that might accrue to him on Mr.
  62. So I saw their position -how the moons rose and the sun set in those days; and if five years are added together the sun has an excess of thirty days and all the days which accrue to it for one of those five years when they are full amount to 364 days; And the excess of the sun and of the stars amounts to six days; In 5 years 6 days every year come to 30 days and the moon falls behind the sun and stars to the number of 30 days; And the sun and the stars bring in all the years exactly so that they do not advance or delay their position by a single day to eternity; but complete the years with perfect justice in 364 days.
  63. So I saw their position -how the moons rose and the sun set in those days; and if five years are added together the sun has an excess of thirty days, and all the days which accrue to it for one of those five years, when they are full, amount to 364 days; And the excess of the sun and of the stars amounts to six days; In 5 years 6 days every year come to 30 days, and the moon falls behind the sun and stars to the number of 30 days; And the sun and the stars bring in all the years exactly, so that they do not advance or delay their position by a single day to eternity; but complete the years with perfect justice in 364 days.
  64. I thought that wisdom would accrue with age,.

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