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““It paid off because when the first-semester grades were posted in December, I was first in our class of air force officers.””
“In no-limit, however, with the huge implied odds—that is, if you make the hand, as you have a 1-in-11 chance of doing, and you think you will get paid off on the very large bet you make afterward—it can be a worthwhile gamble.”
“Finally, not happy at all, Jim handed me a pile of bills, paid off the other two winners, then closed his empty cashbox.”
“Trust me when I tell you that having five years on Michelle paid off handsomely when it came time to teach her the ancient Siamese proverb “Owa Tagoo Siam.””
“Everything was stowed away on the Angie Queen, and Sandry paid off the porter.”
“But Wade Elliott pulled one back before the break and incessant Burnley pressure in the second half paid off when first Jack Cork levelled and then Martin Paterson put the Clarets ahead.”
“The impulse paid off when Wipper Stand cruised by two lengths, going off at 3–2, for a $25,000 return.”
“He also paid off the debts his soldiers had accumulated over the last few years from moneylenders, wine merchants, and prostitutes—no questions asked—even though it was a huge drain on the treasury.”
“When Rauf Pasha heard that the Expected Redeemer had manifested in his jurisdiction, he sent him a friendly letter, assuming that this holy fool could be paid off with a government stipend.”
“The bank loan itself can be “taken out” discharged or paid off by a negative-pickup guarantee from a studio.”
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