ten-thousand-dollar love



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  • “I want you enough to pay out a ten-thousand-dollar bonus.”

    Miracles, Inc.

  • His managers lived, rent-free, with salaries commensurate to ability, in five — ­and ten-thousand-dollar houses — ­but they were the cream of specialists skimmed from the continent from the Atlantic to the Pacific.


  • Andrew Breitbart of Breitbart.com, Big Hollywood.com fame offered a ten-thousand-dollar reward for anyone who could produce evidence of these incidents.

    The Obama Diaries

  • Harry Truman may or may not have been disliked in the South for integrating the United States Army, but there is no doubt about the enmity he incurred when he made ten-thousand-dollar loans available to southern sharecroppers and farmworkers at 1 percent interest.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • He pressed the stop button, and after a moment, the rack stopped, revealing a gap between a row of indistinguishable, ten-thousand-dollar, dark business suits.

    Black Magic

  • Again, no one is "worthy" of a ten-thousand-dollar bike.

    Hands Off: From "Do Me" to "Do It For Me"

  • The first time the demolition crew had blasted, the tremor had cracked a ten-thousand-dollar glass wall at Shark Encounter, threatening to release ten million gallons of water—and six very hungry sharks—on the guests.


  • Workers who were age fifty-five or older and had ten years of service received a sum for every year at Woodward, a ten-thousand-dollar bonus, and a defined benefits plan which gave them a traditional pension.

    Shock of Gray

  • We'd make a ten-thousand-dollar cash payment to the musicians 'union, which would arrange the musicians and oversee royalties.


  • The novel won the 1946 Harper Prize for new writers, and the ten-thousand-dollar award allowed Sinclair to write full time.

    Jo Sinclair.


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