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“She had seen clearly his interest in the stranger, unintroduced and unvouched for, taken in by kind people in an emergency, and though showing unquestionable marks of breeding, none the less a stranger.”
“Lyme, Mr. Keightley surmises, very plausibly, that his unvouched data must have been derived, directly or indirectly, from the Rhodes family.”
“One day, Jeff, looking over some old accounts of his wife's, found an unreceipted, unvouched for expenditure of twenty thousand dollars.”
“And perhaps he confirmed himself with the reflection that even if people believed his tale (so long after date and so unvouched), so far as family annals were concerned, the remedy would be as bad as the disease.”
“D. which can be got immediately the persons being in the neighborhood. he thinks there will be scarcely a dollar unvouched.”
“This applies to the Public Representation Allowance where a member claims above the unvouched limits.”
“The Oireachtas Commission have come up with a proposal that I should combine all expenses into one monthly block grant to deputies which would be unvouched; it would simply be based on the distance the deputy has to travel from the seat of our parliament in Dublin.”
“I'm not prepared to sign-off on a system that simply provides for an unvouched block grant based on distance from the capital.”
“At present there's an unvouched telephone allowance, I see no reason why that would not be vouched.”
“We can't have an arrangement of an unvouched block grant for deputies and I wouldn't be comfortable signing off as minister on that as a genuine reform of the system.”
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