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- v. Present participle of pay.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. yielding material gain or profit.
- adj. providing a salary for work performed.
- n. the act of paying money.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. for which money is paid
- adj. yielding a fair profit
The gradual approach had some benefits for the young musicians, with the label paying not just for their van but the cost of tutors while they toured.
"If I hear a politician use the term 'paying your fair share' one more time, I'm going to vomit," he said.
The Scott Joplin Foundation would like to commission "The Train Town Rag" cover art, the title paying tribute to the railroad beginnings of the community.
They'll eithier crash in 6 months or live out their term paying off the Socialists for each and every move they make, and seeing
He has sought to justify what he called paying "up to the absolute hilt" for Burlington Northern.
XXLMag. com: Is your label paying for the video or you're doing it yourself?
The 0.25% interest that the Fed has been paying is effectively money the taxpayers are paying to keep credit tight.
Need to make sure there is a lock box on Medicare and these funds can not be touched except for use in paying for Medicare.
Patients have little direct connection in paying for their care.
I don't believe in paying bribes, and never pay them, but if you are in the wrong, it may be the easiest option.