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- adv. Of or referring to finance or money.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a financial manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In relation to finances; in respect to funds.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. from a financial point of view
I stand to gain financially from the HCR Act. Hope this helps.
I stand to gain financially from the HCR Act - Dr Hunt
I'm hearing the reason clinton has to stay in financially is because she's loaned her campain over 10Million Dollars.
He could not enter the office of Vice President with the possibility that he would gain financially from the influence he would have in office.
There's no question a person buying a first Harley may not be as short term financially beneficial as a boomer.
But on a visit to Washington the Spanish Prime Minister insisted his country was what he called financially "solid."
But in Washington yesterday the Spanish Prime Minister insisted his country was what he called financially "solid."
: Many of the anti-municipal networking foes have released misinformation about what they describe as financially flawed or failed networks around the U.S.
We're continuing to target what we refer to as financially rationalized acquisitions.
With variable ticket prices that generally ranged in a field from $19.50 to $99.50, a fuller schedule and generally robust crowds, Scher and company had what they characterize as a financially successful season.