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  1. Funds, of course, incur costs.
  2. Without it man shall incur a loss.
  3. T’would be unwise to incur her family’s wrath.
  4. But you do not have to incur stress over the decision.
  5. These plans incur unmanageable volatility and drawdowns.

  6. To adventure is to incur the occurrence of spontaneity.
  7. The stray dogs, that incur the state no costs to live on.
  8. He did not want to incur the wrath of his formidable sister.
  9. We have heard about the Khakhan—we don’t want to incur his.
  10. The more rejections you incur, the closer you will get to an acceptance.
  11. These filters incur two, three, four, and five bars of lag, respectively.
  12. Assume the company can incur senior debt of four times its borrowing base.
  13. If you are trading an idea that stops working, you will incur some losses.
  14. They even bereaved her of her young, which made them incur God’s wrath.
  15. You may often incur a variety of nuisance fees that can exceed $25 per year.

  16. The buyer will incur considerable costs in this investigation and they will.
  17. Before they start to incur costs for this service, they should undertake some.
  18. Would you incur the wrath of Amber to keep it? Corwin’s voice was steel.
  19. However, any harm that you incur here will be carried over to your corporeal being.
  20. The real cost of debt is the next interest rate that a corporation can incur after.
  21. When earnings are retained and become part of stockholders’ equity, they incur the.
  22. Another one in the plus column is that long options holders do not incur margin costs.
  23. And the easiest way to lose in investing is to incur high costs by trading excessively.
  24. Therefore, many of the costs we incur in capital structure are not representative of a.
  25. We expect to incur net losses for the foreseeable future and we may never be profitable.

  26. So even if you enter the trade for a credit you may incur a cost besides the commissions.
  27. Why anger the gods anyway? Isn't the Plague enough to deal with, why incur their wrath?
  28. She told me that her anguish had at last spurred Linton to incur the risk of liberating her.
  29. Then add on any other costs you will incur; All materials and consumables, special equipment.
  30. Gold bars are cheaper to own than coins, but both forms will incur storage and insurance fees.
  31. If they live to reject on earth in maturity their God and Savior, they incur the death eternal.
  32. These are often called switching costs, like those you incur if you change cell phone providers.
  33. These cost more because you will incur product listing fees as well as a monthly subscription fee.
  34. Hunters rarely incur fatal, or even serious, bear attacks as they always have their guns with them.
  35. While this does not change the profitability of the position, it would incur a much larger investment.
  36. However, this withdrawal may incur a surrender charge, depending on how long you have owned the annuity.
  37. It costs me less in every sense to incur the penalty of disobedience to the State than it would to obey.
  38. Public disagreed in principle with the tax on tea, what penalty did he incur by refusing to pay? Nothing.
  39. The slight reproach to which the virtue of patriotism is commonly liable, the noble are most likely to incur.
  40. The over-prudent, cats as they are, and because they are cats, sometimes incur more danger than the audacious.
  41. But I am likely to incur the derision of the honorable gentlemen in the opposition by speaking of national honor.
  42. Any surprise attack might incur Soviet cas�ualties and that would lead to greater Soviet participation in the war.
  43. It’s funny to me that the majority of investors think they need to incur significant risk to attain significant returns.
  44. Notwithstanding the high resolution of Hawkeye he fully comprehended all the difficulties and danger he was about to incur.
  45. Rather than incur this expense, he was willing to dispense with the honor supposed to be attached to such an Establishment.
  46. However, Jacopo insisted on following him, and Dantes did not oppose this, fearing if he did so that he might incur distrust.
  47. You probably didn't know that you can deduct certain expenses you might incur when you try to move from your total tax income.
  48. How many entries will it take until they finally catch the trade? Two? Five? More? Each one of these attempts will incur a loss.
  49. Yet, once he covers the Nov 80 short calls, that is what he owns and he is most likely going to incur a loss on his bullish play.
  50. 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.
  51. For every ship which we employed on our coasts, he said, any foreign nation must incur a double expense to be able to cope with us.
  52. It is an obvious point in the market and you can sometimes incur severe slippage due to many orders being clustered at the same price.
  53. The expense is not drawn upon us by the Executive, but it is such as the wisdom of the National Legislature has thought proper to incur.
  54. Claims on me are numerous, but on reconsideration, I esteem it right that I should incur a small sacrifice rather than leave you unaided.
  55. And as such, incur the ultimate degradation from the human race as the ultimate sacrifice for the payment of all dues owed by all humans.
  56. They had to leave quickly so as not to incur living expenses which ate into their profit and anyway probably had further orders to execute.
  57. Yes, continued Charles, and that is probably why we have limits on the expenditures that you are forced to incur if your car flunks.
  58. If you withdraw money before you’re 59½ years old, you incur severe penalties, including income taxes and an early-withdrawal penalty of 10 percent.
  59. Psychological studies have demonstrated repeatedly that most people feel more intensely about the losses they may incur than about the gains they may earn.
  60. When parents decline to incur the necessary expenditure on living & the personal development of children then the future of their children can badly damage.
  61. Coldwell Banker then pays for national advertising and marketing from the proceeds of sales, and so tends to incur costs only in relationship to transactions.
  62. The bronze oracle replied that this marriage was in reality the true interpretation of the dreams, and that to prevent it would be to incur the eternal anger of the gods.
  63. But I sure didn’t think that the task assigned to him was of his nature, and I’m not really sure that Jereriah even understood just what his commission was to incur.
  64. Although a corporation cannot commit a crime, it may violate the rules prescribed in the law for its establishment, and thus incur an immediate forfeiture of its charter.
  65. Whereas that who shuns away from Al’lah and corrupts his spirit by immersing it in lechery, the misery will be his fate and he will incur nothing other than smarts and failure.
  66. The value that the audience extracts from their participation in your presentation has to outweigh the costs that they incur in their attendance–time, travel and reputation costs.
  67. The investor cannot prudently turn himself into an insurance company and incur risks of losing his principal in exchange for annual premiums in the form of extra-large interest coupons.
  68. Outsiders seeking control from entrenched managements usually have to incur huge up-front expenses and almost always are faced with uncertainty as to whether control will be attainable.
  69. Brewing could have remained as it was—as a private company—and used its borrowing power to incur debt, the proceeds of which might then be distributed to the Schaefer family stockholders.
  70. We’re calling that strategy with the term insurance because it exactly relates at what insurance is; paying a premium in exchange for being protected for something hazardous we can eventually incur.
  71. It is very common to see traders incur multiple losses in these areas because they are first drawn to the market by the large price movements, and then they get caught in the random oscillations of the triangle.
  72. If I do this, I will forfeit my accomodation tonight in Fairbanks (already paid for) and will have to book, and pay for, another room in Anchorage; as well as this, I will incur extra charges for the plane fares.
  73. This shows the size of the loss from the current price (closing price in this case) to the stop-loss level for each individual trade, or the maximum intended loss this position would incur the next trading session.
  74. It was the senior security of a large, conservatively managed, registered Investment Company, which was forbidden by law to incur any material amount of obligations that would be senior to this preferred stock issue.
  75. War, said he, is now declared; we have thrown ourselves between our country and the enemy; and it becomes us to carry her triumphantly through the war, or be responsible for the disgrace a contrary course would incur.
  76. But he did not think it surprising, nor culpable, that those whose property consisted in ships, should be averse to seeing them rotting at the wharves, and even disposed to incur risks to find employment for them abroad.
  77. And further, he does not seem to be terribly concerned about the unconstitutional provisions of the Act, such as individual mandates requiring individuals to purchase health insurance or incur a fine and/or a prison term.
  78. Returning to the platform, his face red with anger, his body trembling through shame, the man was openly reprimanded by Dzerzhinsky with the words Go after them, unless you wish to incur the wrath of Comrades Lenin and Stalin.
  79. We must determine to become less agricultural and more commercial; to incur a debt of five hundred or a thousand million of dollars, and all the loans and taxes attendant on such a system, and all the corruption attendant on them.
  80. The writer must incur the risks of criticism in humbly stating his belief that the leading ideas maintained in this volume for the fiftieth time in European history have a special value in the present condition of European opinion.
  81. But at this point in early March, Bob now faces a dilemma as to whether to re-establish the position that has just been sold out, which would incur an additional small loss resulting from transaction charges and the bid-ask spread.
  82. Though Jesus appreciated the manifestation of sympathy in this dark hour when his friends were in hiding, he did not want these kindhearted women to incur the displeasure of the authorities by daring to show compassion in his behalf.
  83. Towards the close of the affair, Blanche grew almost frank with me (at least, she scarcely lied to me at all)—declaring, amongst other things, that none of the debts which she had been obliged to incur were going to fall upon my head.
  84. There had been no clashing of temper between Dorothea and her husband since that little explosion in Rome, which had left such strong traces in her mind that it had been easier ever since to quell emotion than to incur the consequence of venting it.
  85. The risks may be fully offset by the profit possibilities of the list; and indeed the investor may have no choice but to incur them—for otherwise he may run an even greater risk of holding only fixed claims payable in steadily depreciating dollars.
  86. Trades entered on the breakout can incur high slippage and poor trade location due to the high volatility and low liquidity that accompany many of these trades; many traders find better success with executing either before or after the actual breakout.
  87. She trusted him such that she didn’t read the small print, no doubt concerning the reason this procedure was still not cleared by the medical council, and thus any deleterious effects would not incur professional liability on behalf of the administrator.
  88. Atheism/Agnosticism: Wherein lays the difference? The former is perhaps the more intellectually honest of the two in the manner an Atheist categorically denies the existence of God, unlike Agnostics, who, unwilling to incur the (potential) wrath of an ―improbable‖.
  89. Traders using these divergences to set up countertrend trades will incur steady losses, but paying attention to these divergences can be equally damaging to traders who are only trading with the trend if they use them as warning signs to exit their positions prematurely.
  90. Thirdly, by the forfeitures and other penalties which those unfortunate individuals incur, who attempt unsuccessfully to evade the tax, it may frequently ruin them, and thereby put an end to the benefit which the community might have received from the employment of their capitals.
  91. Some men easily trust in the readiness of friends; it had never in the former part of his life occurred to Lydgate that he should need to do so: he had never thought what borrowing would be to him; but now that the idea had entered his mind, he felt that he would rather incur any other hardship.
  92. Now Fred piqued himself on keeping clear of lies, and even fibs; he often shrugged his shoulders and made a significant grimace at what he called Rosamond's fibs (it is only brothers who can associate such ideas with a lovely girl); and rather than incur the accusation of falsehood he would even incur.
  93. Rich men of the present day, as a general thing, are mere vulgar amassers of wealth, for the most part having but little care beyond that of increasing their capital, and that most often by impure means; or are the degenerate inheritors, who, far from playing an important part in society, often incur general contempt.
  94. Sire, go, leave France to its real master, to him who acquired it, not by purchase, but by right of conquest; go, sire, not that you incur any risk, for your adversary is powerful enough to show you mercy, but because it would be humiliating for a grandson of Saint Louis to owe his life to the man of Arcola, Marengo, Austerlitz.
  95. One of those on horseback addressing his companion said to him, It seems to me, Senor Vivaldo, that we may reckon as well spent the delay we shall incur in seeing this remarkable funeral, for remarkable it cannot but be judging by the strange things these shepherds have told us, of both the dead shepherd and homicide shepherdess.
  96. In nursing school we were trained to think much the same as we were as children only there they did admit that doctors can make mistakes, but that it was the duty of the nurse to help cover up those mistakes, because the good things a doctor could achieve would far outweigh any negative side effects he might incur in the short term.
  97. In justice to their creditors, however, their own capital ought in this case to be sufficient to insure, if I may say so, the capital of those creditors; or to render it extremely improbable that those creditors should incur any loss, even though the success of the project should fall very much short of the expectation of the projectors.
  98. And if this system is continued, we must incur the hazard of having civil commotions in our country, for experience has proved, that when great distress prevails among the people, and that distress arises from political measures, which the people are divided in sentiment upon, the hazard is very great that civil commotions will take place.
  99. Moreover, people addicted to love of such a self-sacrificing order are invariably proud of their love, exacting, jealous, distrustful, and—strange to tell—anxious that the object of their adoration should incur perils (so that they may save it from calamity, and console it thereafter) and even be vicious (so that they may purge it of its vice).
  100. In favor of the bill it was stated that the captured vessel, if she had been brought into port, would have produced six times the amount now proposed to be allowed to her; and that the captors ought not to incur a total loss from the destruction of the vessel, which the fear of her falling into the hands of the enemy had rendered necessary to the public service.
  1. You will be incurring a cost for.
  2. Sometimes, the incurring of debt is not a strategic play.
  3. Even at the risk of incurring his superior’s wrath?
  4. We must guard against incurring obligations that don’t suit us or.
  5. Incurring injuries can pass as one of the greatest nightmares of many.
  6. And you’ll do it with minimal human involvement, incurring minimal expense.
  7. The probability of incurring the maximum loss (or any loss) must be considered.
  8. He wasn't sure if he was more shocked by the fact that she was risking incurring his.
  9. Since incurring debt implies a tax deduction, the new rate of interest is multiplied.
  10. Since incurring debt implies the risk of default (failure to pay interest expense in a.
  11. Assuming an investor could borrow 50 percent of the cost of 10,000 shares, incurring a 7.
  12. They destroyed several of the P A F ships without incurring significant damage to themselves.
  13. We will have to show some ingenuity in order to stop them without incurring heavy casualties.
  14. Morel would never have pulled through, without incurring debts that would have dragged her down.
  15. If he did not come soon she thought that she would go down and even risk incurring another pang.
  16. He however could not avoid or refuse combat without incurring the wrath of Grand Administrator Li.
  17. America could have destroyed the Soviet Union many times over, without incurring the ultimate risk.
  18. Our first step with Goodvernment is to stop the war, bring the troops home, and stop incurring debt.
  19. The sentimentalist is he who would enjoy without incurring the immense debtorship for a thing done.
  20. Individual responsibilities are so manipulated that no man perceives precisely what he is incurring.
  21. Why? As long as it is necessary to take risk, there is always the possibility of incurring a big hit.
  22. The factor that changed as time passed is that the probability of incurring that loss is now smaller.
  23. This was the first time she’d been able to look closely at his features without incurring his anger.
  24. Flying on one such mission, Garrett was shot down over the ocean, incurring a compound ankle fracture.
  25. Over a beer I moaned to Al about paying off one debt by incurring another one to him, but he said there was.
  26. Trading limited loss strategies requires recognition that the possibility of incurring the maximum loss is real.
  27. Ours is in the form of the temporary losses we're incurring when the selected team enters a losing streak.
  28. Before beginning, be sure you are capable of moderately to maximally exerting your body without incurring injury.
  29. Second, they also wanted to hedge the higher expenses they were incurring every time they filled up their gas tank.
  30. There is a reasonable chance of incurring the maximum possible loss ($50k) when selling 100 five-point credit spreads.
  31. As the second cultist fell, he slammed his head against the edge of a patio table, incurring a superfluous final wound.
  32. Evidently, the incurring of long-term debt obligates the company to a series of interest payments that raises the risk.
  33. The punishment for incurring any significant write-off had always been the axe, and ten million ranked as more than significant.
  34. Since interest is a tax deductible expense, in the absence of bankruptcy, a firm can increase its value simply by incurring more and.
  35. It is not his function to be paid for incurring risks; on the contrary it is to his interest to pay others for insurance against loss.
  36. That a pretty cumbersome and inefficient process and needless to say that you’ll be incurring some kinds of fees for the two transfers.
  37. It is not his function to be paid for incurring risks; on the contrary it is to his interest to pay others for insurance against loss….
  38. However, I am willing to risk incurring his contempt, jest to roll some boulders down the hill into his” glass house” of eternal torment.
  39. The British Government could not, from this view, disavow the act of its Minister without incurring, and that justly, the charge of bad faith.
  40. He saw no way of eluding Featherstone's stupid demand without incurring consequences which he liked less even than the task of fulfilling it.
  41. Standard & Poor’s periodically adds and deletes stocks from the index, incurring distributions as the fund rearranges its portfolio accordingly.
  42. The Seven Stars…how would he have heard of that? The Healer turned his graying head to his Queen’s face and was not afraid of incurring her ire.
  43. If you are more concerned with protection (reducing the likelihood of incurring additional losses), then write the farther out-of-the-money Oct 22 ½ put.
  44. It would seem the idea was to get Clegg into a restricted situation without incurring the wrath of Mighty Joe Young and to that extent they were successful.
  45. And now I hope you will not shrink from incurring a certain amount of jealousy and dislike from your professional brethren by presenting yourself as a reformer.
  46. After the war, some POWs would tell of heroic Japanese civilians who snuck them food and medicine, incurring ferocious beatings from guards when they were caught.
  47. It was incurring a frightful risk to go to his assistance; not one of the sailors, all fishermen of the coast, recently levied for the service, dared to attempt it.
  48. If the destination port is in use, however, the switch buffers incoming data in memory, incurring a latency delay anyway, without the added benefit of error checking.
  49. You can start with a single unit, without incurring the major expense of a chassis (like that used by modular hubs), and connect additional units as the network grows.
  50. Overcoming the automated defenses by force of numbers and incurring heavy losses, the Swordsman ground forces took the vacant facility and set up their operations center.
  51. The banks, they seem to have thought, could extend their credits to whatever sum might be wanted, without incurring any other expense besides that of a few reams of paper.
  52. You are, I see, a man of great strength of character, he said; as you have dared to serve the truth, even when by doing so you risked incurring the contempt of all.
  53. In countries where interest is permitted, the law in order to prevent the extortion of usury, generally fixes the highest rate which can be taken without incurring a penalty.
  54. The aim was legitimate enough; unfortunately, it appears that, in the context of investing really sizable funds, the aim cannot be accomplished without incurring sizable risks.
  55. These fees are paid to entities that receive the cash fees without incurring any credit risk in business entities that have few physical assets and very little necessary overhead.
  56. This happened gradually between the mid-1980s and the mid-2000s, so it took some time for conservative investors to become sufficiently conscious of the opportunity costs they were incurring.
  57. However, I cannot measure risk solely by the number of dollars that can be lost and I always consider both the maximum loss and the chances of incurring that loss when choosing position size.
  58. We are nothing but tools for them to be utilized to their maximum efficacy and then discarded without incurring any additional costs such as healthcare, social security, and pensions what have you.
  59. We marched out tired but relieved that we had been through our first time in these positions without incurring serious injury or death well apart from the Lieutenant but his stupidity didn’t count.
  60. Again I felt that horrid sense of the reality of things, in which any effort of imagination seemed out of place, and I realized distinctly the perils of the law which we were incurring in our unhallowed work.
  61. The Chief Inquisitor who in his long years of service had witnessed and performed countless acts of relentless and inhuman torture, was apparently terrified at the prospect of incurring the Patriarch’s wrath.
  62. Even though the business proprietor offers their products and services on sale, it is always advisable to ensure that one doesn’t lower the prices too far to avoid incurring any losses from the sold products.
  63. If this account had been established by a Texas state chartered non-profit organization then it could receive funds without incurring federal and state tax liabilities and unwanted attention from the DHS and IRS.
  64. It is precisely this compromise between true investment and true speculation that we disapprove, chiefly because the purchaser has no clear-cut idea of the purpose of his commitment or of the risk that he is incurring.
  65. You won’t panic and do some weird unplanned things when you’ll be incurring some operating costs because you know that’s already incorporated in the formula and that you’ll still be profitable at the end of the year.
  66. And this courtier, as he is described to us, who lies to Arakcheev to please the Emperor, he alone- incurring thereby the Emperor’s displeasure-said in Vilna that to carry the war beyond the frontier is useless and harmful.
  67. Grandet had thus gained in two months twelve per cent on his capital; he had simplified his accounts, and would in future receive fifty thousand francs interest every six months, without incurring any taxes or costs for repairs.
  68. Ferrars, just so violent and so steady as to preserve her from that reproach which she always seemed fearful of incurring, the reproach of being too amiable, Edward was admitted to her presence, and pronounced to be again her son.
  69. You can see this in the trading patterns of funds themselves: Mutual funds turn over stocks frequently, meaning they buy and sell funds a lot (incurring trading fees and, if held outside a tax-advantaged account, taxes for you).
  70. Those other banks, therefore, were enabled to get very easily out of that fatal circle, from which they could not otherwise have disengaged themselves without incurring a considerable loss, and perhaps, too, even some degree of discredit.
  71. The good Steiler assured me in a postscript that he would himself look upon my compliance as a very great favor, since the lady absolutely refused to see a Swiss physician, and he could not but feel that he was incurring a great responsibility.
  72. A landsman could hardly have worn this garb and shown this face, and worn and shown them both with such a galliard air, without undergoing stern question before a magistrate, and probably incurring fine or imprisonment, or perhaps an exhibition in the stocks.
  73. In effect, then, principal shareholders have converted their active business interests into a portfolio of tax-exempt securities without incurring any income tax liabilities even though their cost basis for their common stock holdings may be zero or close to zero.
  74. By test-driving your techniques before trying them with real money, you can make mistakes without incurring any actual losses, develop the discipline to avoid frequent trading, compare your approach against those of leading money managers, and learn what works for you.
  75. Besides the Cook, who brought our Meals, the only Member of the small Crew that remain’d who could visit us without incurring the Captain’s Suspicions was the Surgeon; he was directed to take special care of our Health owing to the close Contact we had with the Captain.
  76. Not only will it soothe your itchy fingers without incurring dealing charges, but it may also give you the buzz that, with each adjustment, you are notionally making money – in the sense that the higher your stop level (for a long position) the more profit you have secured.
  77. Thus, at length, by one of the unexpected strokes of fortune which sometimes befall those who have for a long time been the victims of an evil destiny, Dantes was about to secure the opportunity he wished for, by simple and natural means, and land on the island without incurring any suspicion.
  78. If the President had refused or hesitated to meet the wishes of the people of West Florida by extending to them the protection of the American Government, and they had sought security in the arms of a foreign power, what should we have heard? He would have been charged with imbecility, and fear of incurring responsibility.
  79. She was confirmed in this delusion a very wealthy heiress and also by the fact that the older she grew the less dangerous she became to men, and the more freely they could associate with her and avail themselves of her suppers, soirees, and the animated company that assembled at her house, without incurring any obligation.
  80. In 1976, Barber Oil announced that it would seek to be deregistered as an investment company and that henceforth it would employ its resources to aggressively expand in the energy business, using its unencumbered equity base of $100 million as the foundation for an acquisition program that would be financed by incurring debt.
  81. From the days of the slaughter and destruction and death of the giants from the souls of whose flesh the spirits having gone out shall destroy without incurring judgement so shall they destroy until the day of the consummation the great judgement in which the age shall be consummated over the Watchers and the godless yes shall be wholly consummated.
  82. She was confirmed in this delusion by the fact that she had become a very wealthy heiress and also by the fact that the older she grew the less dangerous she became to men, and the more freely they could associate with her and avail themselves of her suppers, soirees, and the animated company that assembled at her house, without incurring any obligation.
  83. From the days of the slaughter and destruction and death of the giants, from the souls of whose flesh the spirits, having gone out, shall destroy without incurring judgement so shall they destroy until the day of the consummation, the great judgement in which the age shall be consummated, over the Watchers and the godless, yes, shall be wholly consummated.
  84. The Guerriere, although entirely dismasted, and in other respects much crippled, could have been brought into port without incurring any other risk than that of recapture; but Captain Hull conceived that if he had manned the Guerriere for the purpose of sending her into port, he would have so far reduced the crew of the Constitution that he might have subjected both vessels to capture.
  85. Athwart the mysterious words which had been uttered, the only thing of which he caught a distinct glimpse was the fact that an ambush was in course of preparation, a dark but terrible trap; that both of them were incurring great danger, she probably, her father certainly; that they must be saved; that the hideous plots of the Jondrettes must be thwarted, and the web of these spiders broken.
  86. Under the existing aspect of our affairs, I have thought it not inconsistent with a just precaution, to have the gunboats, with the exception of those at New Orleans, placed in a situation incurring no expense beyond that requisite for their preservation and conveniency for future service, and to have the crews of those at New Orleans reduced to the number required for their navigation and safety.
  87. Here the author's outburst came to an end, and he proceeded to take up the thread of his story, saying that the keeper, seeing that Don Quixote had taken up his position, and that it was impossible for him to avoid letting out the male without incurring the enmity of the fiery and daring knight, flung open the doors of the first cage, containing, as has been said, the lion, which was now seen to be of enormous size, and grim and hideous mien.
  88. Suffice it to say, that for safe-keeping, for transmission and payment of the funds to any part of the nation, and for enforcing the punctual payment by the debtors to the customs, by addressing to those debtors the arguments to the sense of honor and shame, and also to their interest, to wit: by denying them credit in the bank on failure in punctuality—all these have been afforded to the Government without its incurring therefor one cent's expense.
  89. Men may die without incurring the pity of their fellows, still sharers in great business enterprises from which their capital cannot be or has not been withdrawn, and which is left chiefly at death for public uses; yet the day is not far distant when the man who dies leaving behind him millions of available wealth, which was free for him to administer during life, will pass away "unwept, unhonored, and unsung," no matter to what uses he leaves the dross which he cannot take with him.
  90. We would respectfully suggest to the Committee of Ways and Means that great anxiety exists in New York, that Congress may give the question of a reduction of prize duties a speedy decision; which, if favorable, will revive the spirit and zeal, now expiring, with which privateering was undertaken at the commencement of the war; and, if unfavorable, will prevent those who have purchased vessels for warlike enterprises, in which they cannot now dispose of any interest, from incurring losses accumulated under fruitless expectations.
  91. What, sir, shall the exercise of one of the highest constitutional functions of Congress be brought into question, and every individual in the nation engaged in expressing an opinion on it; and shall Congress alone stand aloof, for fear of incurring a responsibility imposed on them by the constitution? Shall Congress stand by as idle spectators, and see a contest before the people, between the President and a foreign Minister, and feel no interest and take no share in such an unprecedented scene, especially when one of their highest constitutional functions may be affected by it! No, sir.
  92. While this author believes that incurring debt tends to encourage more subsequent debt,.
  1. He himself has incurred it.
  2. Of censure for the same incurred;.
  3. When more debt is incurred at a lower.
  4. In addition, losses had been incurred in.
  5. To lose this was no part of the penalty incurred.
  6. They themselves have incurred whatever takes place.
  7. But, all this is war; and war is never to be incurred.
  8. Considering that the interest incurred on a term loan.
  9. That is at least 60 days after the costs were incurred.
  10. Look at it this way, the costs that you incurred during.
  11. This loss is incurred regardless of which series is used.
  12. And conversely costs incurred by these giant bottlers would be.
  13. The act went against nature and therefore incurred negative Karma.
  14. If earnings are extraordinary but too much equity is incurred at.
  15. On a closing statement, items of expense that are incurred but not.
  16. I discovered that one of the properties incurred tax debts dating.
  17. By the time one realizes what is going on, the delays incurred and.
  18. Substantial debts were incurred by both sides during the Civil War.
  19. Many of these companies had already incurred significant costs in IPO.
  20. This was a direct result of losses it incurred in hedging-related activity.
  21. He took for granted the expense I incurred, the trouble and the time consumed.
  22. This payment is irrespective of the actual expenses incurred by the individual.
  23. Ralph was a minor lord, and it seemed he had incurred the enmity of William of.
  24. The command of your Lord has come; they have incurred an irreversible punishment.
  25. Would you then keep amusing yourselves or you would say: we have incurred a loss.
  26. If you are qualified, begin calculating how much moving expense you have incurred.
  27. Mau’s Rage, which lasted nearly a week, incurred 8,392 deaths and 2,694 injuries.
  28. Financial leverage is one measure of financial risk, which is the risk incurred by a.
  29. These two deductions recognize the costs incurred by companies in drilling and mining.
  30. From the great danger thus incurred they derived but a very moderate amount of pleasure.
  31. However, the cost of capital goes up because flotation costs have been incurred, which.
  32. Helen and Colleen both wore large bandages covering their injuries incurred in the crash.
  33. Had that opposer adopted their conduct, he would not have incurred misery and wretchedness.
  34. Those who idolized the calf have incurred wrath from their Lord, and humiliation in this life.
  35. To make a long story short, it appeared as though my father incurred a serious internal injury.
  36. If you think you haven’t incurred a loss until you sell the stock, you’re kidding yourself.
  37. The compensation for services performed, ought always to be in proportion to the risk incurred.
  38. For short strategies, the more the price changes, the bigger the loss incurred by the strategy.
  39. In a bear market, any amount of risk incurred seems to yield negative results, and so the line.
  40. If he now incurred Natasha’s censure it was only for buying too many and too expensive things.
  41. If he now incurred Natásha’s censure it was only for buying too many and too expensive things.
  42. I take none of the profits for myself other than those incurred in the normal course of business.
  43. She’s still working off their debt, one incurred when they robbed a bank in Syndicate territory.
  44. Neither I, nor the company are responsible for damages incurred from using this manual incorrectly.
  45. Whether the expense has been incurred is one thing, whether it’s an admissible expense is another.
  46. Yet terrible as was the danger we incurred, the attraction of peeping was for both of us irresistible.
  47. From this period, the United States have incurred the heaviest losses, and most mortifying humiliations.
  48. Removing this responsibility from hospitals would significantly reduce the costs incurred in collecting.
  49. This compensates for the loss incurred by the carrier extension bits and brings the network back up to speed.
  50. She embarked one frigate in the general struggle, and she had not rid herself of the debts incurred by it yet.
  51. Not only did he not save anything, but to comply with his mother’s demands he even incurred some small debts.
  52. Without inquiring if I had, by any chance, incurred expenses during the couple of months I attended his brother.
  53. The agent of the Harad Ghul was frustrated at the casualties incurred by the warriors and addressed his soldiers.
  54. Because you collected $55 for the initial sale, you now have now incurred a debit of $35 cash (plus commissions).
  55. Often used in optimization of trading systems, it shows the maximum losses incurred during a certain time period.
  56. I didn’t ask about her father as he was likely only one more of a long line of victims her mother had incurred.
  57. Without having any definite idea of the penalties I had incurred, it was clear to me that village boys could not.
  58. Presumably I entered the same amount for transportation to the airport as I had incurred from it the previous day.
  59. The Dominant will ensure that all travel costs incurred by the Submissive for that purpose are met by the Dominant.
  60. If you choose not to purchase the car, you will have incurred the $5,000 loss of the premium you paid for the option.
  61. In order to finance this debit for the eight weeks (56 days) remaining to expiration, we incurred an interest cost of.
  62. If we are full during the Summer Season, we'll be putting $1,400 against the costs we incurred building the bungalows.
  63. That may be true, but the small increase in profits pales when weighed against the costs of cleanup incurred from Katrina.
  64. But, considering the end result and the losses incurred, the raid was deemed a failure and merely bolstered British morale.
  65. Most big calendar spread losses are incurred when they are out of the tent and you add a bunch of time spreads to the trade.
  66. If the case settles or the client wins at trial, the lawyer is reimbursed for the expenses he incurred in handling the case.
  67. Corporation incurred expenses of about $330,000 in connection with the underwriting, over and above the underwriting discount.
  68. By the salaries that the officers were to receive, and also by the extra taxes incurred through the use of the corporate form.
  69. The Author disclaims any liability for any losses incurred from the use of information in this manual, howsoever these may occur.
  70. In case of hospitalisation, the expenses that are incurred will be taken care of by this policy subject to the limit of the cover.
  71. On Samoa, Stanley Pillsbury and Clarence Douglas were still in the hospital, trying to recover from the wounds incurred over Nauru.
  72. The money earned by Nava in turn helped support the still heavy expenses incurred by Martha and Miriam in running their household.
  73. But in fact each of them represents the accumulation of real expenses that the company has incurred in the course of its business.
  74. Disregarding his orders, Davout won a battle and saved the army from annihilation; but he incurred the bitter hatred of his chief.
  75. He was rightly paid back in his own coin, someone says about a nasty man who was punished for his deeds, or incurred a loss.
  76. But, sir, as those appropriations have been made; as expenses have been and must be incurred; the means of payment must be provided.
  77. That is, the fire will be flamed and the Garden will be brought near after that every spirit will have witnessed what it has incurred.
  78. Fixed costs do not change with the number of customers and a lot of these costs are still incurred even when the theme park is closed.
  79. When you know the costs incurred in participation, therefore, your task is to make the presentation as relevant and topical as possible.
  80. Any collateral damage incurred by your involvement in this operation comes out of your payment, and you left me one hell of a clean up job.
  81. Items that are cracked could in most elementary cases be mended or repaired, scraped or altered as in every mistake incurred by anyone of us.
  82. As for our own karma which has been incurred naturally, the Higher Self can see to its purification, and in this way, our destiny is changed.
  83. The ultimate goal of the investor is to buy securities that offer a reasonable rate of return over the long run, considering the risk incurred.
  84. The indigent will be long dead by then and there will be no cost incurred by the hospital and no unaccounted for expense to have to explain.
  85. Furthermore, we need to be aware of the possible inaccuracies subsequent editors may have incurred whilst interpreting original written sources.
  86. They failed when price traded through that resistance, and those traders incurred losses on their short positions that were entered at the level.
  87. It is no surprise that banks reap a harvest of 1,000 foreclosures per month in Los Angeles County alone… due to debts incurred by medical bills.
  88. Sir, the expenses which are incurred by a Naval Establishment, far exceed the profits which arise from the commerce which it is intended to protect.
  89. Alas! I am unclean to His eyes, and shall be until He may deign to let me stand forth in His sight as one of those who have not incurred His wrath.
  90. Part of that $500 initial expense incurred in connection with the acquisition of XYZ would have been an investment-banking fee paid to Promoter Group.
  91. It also imposed restrictions on rental charges incurred, dividend payments, the repurchase of shares and the voluntary redemption of senior securities.
  92. In the traditional theory of bond investment a mathematical relationship is supposed to exist between the interest rate and the degree of risk incurred.
  93. In the first place, any reproach would have seemed to be called forth by the danger he had incurred and the bump that had come up on Levin’s forehead.
  94. Historically when there was a change of regime, often those in charge of the new regime refused to pay back debts that the previous regime had incurred.
  95. If you would have incurred a loss in that fourth game, as we've seen above, the total amount would have been $5,926 out of an initial capital of $7,500.
  96. The statements that go to the manager or to the financial administrator are in full details of all the financial transactions incurred at a specific time.
  97. This means that the index delta underestimated the risk of these portfolios (since the loss of short positions is incurred when options values increase.
  98. An immediate and great expense must be incurred in that moment of immediate danger, which will not wait for the gradual and slow returns of the new taxes.
  99. Log those ships and crews as being on authorized administrative leave pending repairs to their ships from damage incurred by collisions with battle debris.
  100. If the forecast comes true, the stock price will rise and the loss incurred by the short call will be lower (because this option was sold in less quantity).
  1. This sin incurs an irreversible sentence.
  2. However, the borrower incurs much greater.
  3. But I later discovered that each kill incurs.
  4. Besides the forfeiture of the goods, the exporter incurs the penalty of 3s.
  5. Loving in the abstract is the easy insight, but enlightenment only incurs as act.
  6. Anyone who disobeys Al’lah and His Envoy strays far indeed, and incurs a great loss.
  7. The reason for the lower price of short-term debt is that the lender incurs less.
  8. And he that disobeys Al’lah and His Messenger strays far indeed and incurs a great loss.
  9. But whoever is consecrated to eat any of these, not intending to sin or transgress, incurs no guilt.
  10. When an oyster incurs an irritant, like from a piece of sand, it turns it into something beautiful, a pearl.
  11. Every business in the world incurs some operating costs in different forms like employee payroll, fixed and variable costs etc.
  12. In another verse, He says: but whoever is constrained to eat any of these not intending to sin or transgress, incurs no guilt.
  13. On the other hand, the purchase and sale of an ETF incurs both commissions and spreads, and so is slightly more expensive to own.
  14. Is someone who pursues God's approval the same as someone who incurs God's wrath and his refuge is Hell-the miserable destination?
  15. Their method requires frequent profitable trades, after transaction costs, and incurs far higher taxes than the long-term investor pays.
  16. Of course, Vanguard also incurs these costs, but because of low index fund turnover, these expenses are much less than that of conventional actively managed funds.
  17. Supposing that Target incurs $1 per share expense for this transaction and its subsequent liquidation, Target’s workout value for the common stockholders will be $31 per share.
  18. Everything always occurs with intermediation of Bank3Sector whose Social Statute prohibits any draft type in physical money or any contract of services that it incurs in cash payment.
  19. A business sometimes incurs expenses that may fairly be considered as applicable to a number of years following rather than to the single 12-month period in which the outlay was made.
  20. Here’s a method used to calculate break-even sales: If a business generates $1 million of sales and has a 30 percent gross profit margin (GPM) and incurs $200,000 in fixed costs, it will earn $100,000.
  21. The combination of the backoff intervals and the retransmission of the packets themselves (sometimes more than once) incurs delays that are multiplied by the number of packets transmitted by each computer and by the number of computers on the network.
  22. According to Frémy-Ligneville, the most familiar authority on the subject, the architect incurs no responsibility whatever, either for his own estimates or those of other people, unless he intentionally and fraudulently misleads his client by a pretended estimate.
  23. The government, therefore, when it defrays the expense of coinage, not only incurs some small expense, but loses some small revenue which it might get by a proper duty; and neither the bank, nor any other private persons, are in the smallest degree benefited by this useless piece of public generosity.
  24. In fortress ‘Al-Inshiqaq’ (The Sundering), the Almighty revealed to us some verses which indicate His Majesty and Charity so that we may approach Him and get our spirits purified, besides He acquainted us that the unbelieving denier incurs a painful torture because of the malice and evil he puts in his spirit.
  25. In view of the vast moral and social influence of woman, the Congress urges upon every woman throughout the world to sustain, as wife, mother, sister, or citizen, the things that make for peace, as otherwise she incurs grave responsibilities for the continuance of the systems of war and militarism, which not only desolate but corrupt the home-life of the nation.
  26. And hence it follows that as the flesh of the wife is one and the same with that of her husband the stains that may come upon it, or the injuries it incurs fall upon the husband's flesh, though he, as has been said, may have given no cause for them; for as the pain of the foot or any member of the body is felt by the whole body, because all is one flesh, as the head feels the hurt to the ankle without having caused it, so the husband, being one with her, shares the dishonour of the wife; and as all worldly honour or dishonour comes of flesh and blood, and the erring wife's is of that kind, the husband must needs bear his part of it and be held dishonoured without knowing it.
  27. Indeed, the very significance of the social life-conception consists in this,—that a man, realizing the cruelty of the struggle of individuals among themselves, and the peril that the individual incurs, seeks protection by transferring his private interests to a social community; whereas the result of the system of conscription is that men, after having made every sacrifice to escape from the cruel struggle and uncertainties of life, are once more called upon to undergo all the dangers they had hoped to escape, and moreover, the community—the State for which the individuals gave up their previous advantages—is now exposed to the same risk of destruction from which the individual himself formerly suffered.
  28. While interest expense is partially controllable by the amount of debt a firm incurs and the type and source of loans,.

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