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- v. Present participle of earn.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. That which is earned; wages gained by work or services; money earned; -- used commonly in the plural.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. That which is earned; that which is gained or merited by labor, service, or performance; reward; wages; compensation: used chiefly in the plural.
- n. Rennet. Brockett.
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RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC - The new Energy Star for Data Centers certification has started off with a bang, with the first facility to earn the label earning 99 out of 100 possible points for its certification.
A series of individuals were routed through that body, and after a few placements even they forget where they were, god's clue to these individuals that "earning" is a lie, since they can't remember where they were placed.
In six months, with the help of my staff, I can teach such a person more than most J-school grads seem to acquire in 'earning' a degree.
We would expect a 16% to 18% compound annual growth rate in earning per share for Novo Nordisk.
Not only did we find out today that women are outpacing men in earning six-figure incomes, but Forbes released its annual Power Women list.
The most essential component without which it is almost impossible to be a successful person in earning money from home is DISCIPLINE with the simple work you can earn large amount of money.
Her greatest energies are then directed in earning a fortune for them:
Bates has sought to explain, including in his programme notes, that he is seeking to improve the club's infrastructure and long-term earning capacity, rather than simply spend money on players.
Writing was, and still is, an impractical career, because so few people succeed in earning a living that way.
All of these attributes will help one succeed in earning money and thus arising out of poverty.