3 : to get even with <She wants to pay
them back for the insult.
Number awarded: 75 in 2006, varies per year Scholarship money pays
for: YAGP awards over $150,000 annually in scholarships to leading dance schools worldwide.
Inside the gated 1940s Encino home they just sold, Pays
enthuses not just about the excitement of searching for a new home, but the rituals that come with it -- like browsing the Rose Bowl Flea Market in Pasadena at sunrise for inspiration.
Part D doesn't pay
for medications outright--it requires even the poorest patients to "share" the expenses.
The second week employees receive vacation pay
they will not receive any paid family leave wage replacement.
Willet also created an insurance trust to hold insurance on Betty's life, presumably so the heirs receiving the estate at her death could use the proceeds to pay
In this view, higher pay
is necessary to lure high-quality applicants away from more lucrative alternatives,
Accordingly, he promised that one of his first actions if elected would be to spend $1 billion to increase military pay
and upgrade substandard military housing.
These days, CEO pay
is mare closely aligned with shareholder interests than ever before.
Aside from loans and financial aid, there are other ways to pay
Each payment made on the loan first pays
the stated interest, then pays
any OID accrued as of the payment date, then pays
For: Academics, choreography, dance, somatics, teaching, travel, dance motion picture performance