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- v. To distribute money; to disburse
- v. To slacken a rope by lengthening it; to allow a rope to run out.
- v. To repay, take revenge
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- v. expend, as from a fund
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Unwilling to let that happen, finance ministers are likely to approve disbursement of €8.7 billion; the International Monetary Fund, which is also contributing to the bailout, would likely agree to pay out €3.3 billion in the coming weeks.
Resolution authorizing the Boards of Commissioners for relief of soldiers 'families to pay out certain funds;
Resolution authorizing the Boards of Commissioners for the relief of soldiers 'families to pay out certain funds;
Finlayson wouldn't pay out till we had a quiet word with him behind the lines, but he was always a slippery bugger, Finlayson.
The pearls which I held as security for the money due me from Banford, had been, at Viedler's request, consigned to him for sale, under an agreement by which Banford was to pay out of the proceeds to Mr. Viedler the amount of the note with interest.
"May I ask, Mr. Havergill, how you propose to pay out all the Ho-Pak customers and yours, Blacs and all the other banks when there's a run on all of them and not enough cash in the till?"
Resolved by the Congress of the Confederate States of America, That the clerk of the House of Representatives is hereby authorized to pay out of the contingent fund of the Provisional Congress, the account of Starke and Cardoza, for the sum of ten hundred and forty-five dollars and sixty cents, for stationery furnished the Provisional Congress.
The Statutes at Large of the Confederate States of America, Commencing with the First Session of the First Congress; 1862. Public Laws of the Confederate States of America, Passed at the First Session of the First Congress; 1862. Private Laws of the Confederate States of America, Passed at the First Session of the First Congress; 1862
The project was approved, and the elder Balzac was persuaded to come forward with a capital of about thirty thousand francs, this sum being required to pay out the retiring printer, Monsieur Laurens, and obtain the new firm's patent.
Because, when alive, she did not pay out yellow gold,
We will have a nice long chat with that lucky boy and we will find out what transpired and we will ascertain blame and we will pay out justice, eyeball for eyeball, earhole for earhole, heart for heart.