- n. Plural form of gainer.
“Based on elasticities, the main gainers will probably be First World consumers, First World taxpayers, and owners of high-quality land in the Third World.”
“Those on lower incomes are significant gainers from the system.”
“It was a war worth fighting and that I do believe that despite all, the world is a better place for Saddams removal and the long term gainers will be the people of Iraqi.”
“Buffalo is not in the group of long-term gainers, but it did qualify for the short-term list.”
“The gainers are the dishonest borrowers who plan to retreat into bankruptcy why worry about the interest rate if you do not plan to pay off?”
“If the principle of _cui bono_ is applied, it is evident that the gainers were the party of the trumvirs, whose popularity would be increased by a belief being created that their opponents the Optimates were prepared to adopt extreme measures to get rid of them.”
“Other big-name gainers included Hewlett-Packard Co.”
“Many so called gainers are 5-10% protein, the balance, sugars.”
“Leading the gainers was the food and beverages sector on a positive trading update from”
“Among the gainers are the Carnegie Library of McKeesport ($58,880) and Braddock Carnegie Library ($24,711).”
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