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  • Tatro had taken part in the Bonus Army march in May 1932, when unemployed World War I veterans formed what they called the Bonus Expeditionary Force and descended on Washington to demand the bonuses that had been approved by Congress in 1924 but never paid, amounting to $1.25 for each day served overseas.

    Come Again No More

  • Bonus from the assistant principal, who used to be my biology teacher who advocated creationism, and also got a veteran history teacher fired for showing Baghdad E.R. (HDU show injured soldiers!):

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  • I think there needs to be a concerted effort to move banks away from the use of the word Bonus, because in the rest of America it's meant to be a term used for when someone does something particularly outstanding.

    Dealbreaker

  • Both sides agree, however, that Weeb threw in a special "Bonus" - eight beers and two hamburgers.

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  • Bonus from the NYT: What Literature Owes to Edgar Allan Poe, a PDF of an NYT article from January 10, 1909.

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  • “Hate That I Love You” (featuring David Bisbal) (European/Latin American Bonus Track) [14] – 3: 53

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  • Lewis Shiner Turns in Bonus Chapbook for BLACK & WHITE

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  • But if you’re just dying to see how Combat Maneuver Bonus is calculated in the final, it’s there in the Combat section!

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  • The men, World War I veterans who could not find jobs, became known as the Bonus Army—for the modest government bonus they were owed for their service.

    The Class War Has Begun

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