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profit

the amount by which income exceeds expenditure.

profit sharing
profit sharing between a professional and a lay person is illegal in most countries because it is considered to be improper for a nonveterinarian to have any authority over the quality and style of the work of a professional person.
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Keeney discarded more than 3,000 varieties and forms of beans as profitless.
No Profit: The total absence of strategic imagination turns once-profitable businesses into profitless ones as the sector's value flows from vendors to customers.
But Rorty has often said that he wants the whole discussion of realism and antirealism to be left behind, as a profitless debate.
For most originations, it is only servicing that makes up for profitless origination.
On the map it contorts into a maze of slot canyons and mesas, many of them given the grimly jocular names pioneers employed when they wanted to indicate how profitless a land was.
If the immoral life is profitless, what of the moral life?
No, we could not drop nearly profitless ``prestige'' customers, even though that would free up working capital to serve more profitable accounts.
from the tyranny which has cast a moral cloud over their profitless lives.
Killing off one's serfs, whatever they did to one another, was probably thought of as profitless.
Vatsa does not single out only women for censure, for he also criticizes men, as in the poem "Make-Make-Man," and especially when they engage in profitless activities in order to create false impressions.
This is the same Prentiss who in his last incarnation opened The Tenants of Tyme, confessing from the outset that he "had fallen in love with the past, a profitless love.
Private haulers accuse the Crown-owned waste corporation of using profitless pricing practices to gain market share, to make it enticing as a buy out or joint venture deal, for a private partner.