- n. Plural form of payment.
“Mr. Karzai said the project will bring the city millions in payments from the developers and tenants.”
“According to data released today European businesses spend an estimated €25 billion per year chasing late payments from the public and private sectors, with small and medium-sized enterprises worst affected by the delays in payments.”
“If Apple does launch their NFC phone and announces collaboration through Visa and Mastercard's payment network, do you honestly think with millions of iPhone 5's going out the door that the regulator is going to call a halt to payments from a phone?”
“Garvis Youngblood and his wife were convicted by a jury on 122 counts of wire and benefits fraud for illegally claiming $171,082 in compensation from VA and $111,300 in disability payments from the Social Security”
“Culp told detectives he was receiving 60 percent disability payments from the Veterans Administration based on false claims about seeing mass war graves in Bosnia and being wounded there, according to the investigative file.”
“DAVIES: I'm glad you mentioned Irving Davidson, this lobbyist who may have funneled these payments from the Nicaraguan dictator to Nixon, because Jack Anderson himself had essentially a corrupt relationship with this same lobbyist, right?”
“DAVIES: Youve spoken about how Anderson, even when he was such a crusading investigative reporter, did, you know, things on the edges of ethics - well, not even on the edges of ethics; he was taking, you know, payments from a lobbyist who didnt want certain clients written about and was caught in a bugging incident as far back as 1958.”
“As the program evolves, long-term payments will almost certainly require stricter documentation of lost income.”
“The fund also took in €1.7 billion of payments from the French state.”
“The Merrill payments currently in play aren't extra payments for doing the deal but an acceleration of long-term payments that were to be awarded over several years.”
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