from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Straightforward; frank.
- adjective Paid or due in advance.
- adverb In advance; beforehand.
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honest, frankand straightforward
- adjective In a forward, leading or
- adjective of money
- adverb soccer As an
- noun television A meeting of
networkexecutives with the press and major advertisers, signaling the start of advertising sales for a new season
- verb To bring to the fore; to place
up frontfor consideration
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- adjective frank and honest
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And something important to explain upfront is that not everyone can always be involved in the main storyline (which is why we will have little stories off to the side, and why I will strongly encourage players to autogenerate their own rp).
But it also would likely cut into the $458 million in upfront cash the governor has said the plan would produce for transportation.
And the sums that can be distributed in upfront cash could be limited to 20%.
Turn a transition into an opportunity for lower costs: The good news for the chemical industry is that new bio-based manufacturing from renewable feedstocks should cost less, both in upfront capital investment and operating costs -- if you develop the right process technology.
I estimate that I am saving $10,000 to $30,000 in upfront child costs, and a lot of headaches.
• FTC says company promised tax relief but failed to deliver: Despite collecting $60 million to $100 million in upfront fees from often-desperate clients in recent years, the agency says American Tax Relief rarely, if ever, delivered on its promises.
Sure the upfront is very high, but simple pay-back is huge! dr kareen k jasim Says:
Paying cash upfront is best, if you can swing the $15,000 or so.
But according to the IRS, the term "voluntary" refers to our system of allowing taxpayers to determine how much they owe and fill out the appropriate forms, instead of receiving a bill upfront from the government.
It has offered to defer mine-development write-offs, but provincial officials demanded more than C$1 billion in upfront tax payments, a person familiar with the matter said.
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