from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Endowed with a revenue or income.
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We looked at the fact that we needed to increase the markets for the product that we had to sell -- that we as the government -- that the people of Texas had revenued to produce.
The six passengers occupied the upper end of the conveyance, the representatives of revenued society, serene in the consciousness of its strength -- honest well-to-do people possessed of Religion and Principles.
So we actually revenued 683 this quarter and we shipped 622 last quarter.
I will say that however, in Q1 we actually revenued ahead of the prior quarter shipment.
But again, much like the Cardex question, we are going through that in the order book very closely to make sure that-I think now more than ever we need to be pretty cautious in terms of whether those turn into actual contracts and get revenued.