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payor

, payer (pā'ŏr, -ĕr)
The person paying the bill, satisfying the claim, or settling a financial obligation.
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We pay four cents for a woman's stuff gown, you pay 8.4.0, which is four mills more than DOUBLE.
They had learned that they would have to pay a rent of nine dollars a month for a flat, and there was no way of doing better, unless the family of twelve was to exist in one or two rooms, as at present.
"In the same manner as, in opposition to the king's expectation, you refused to pay me."
'The Law,' he said, 'we ca'n't control: Pay, or the Law must take its course!'
"Ay, true," said the man of law in a dry, husky voice, "his land is surely forfeit if he cometh not to pay; but, Sir Prior, thou must get a release beneath his sign manual, or else thou canst not hope to hold the land without trouble from him."
The Squire had laid down his knife and fork, and was staring at his son in amazement, not being sufficiently quick of brain to form a probable guess as to what could have caused so strange an inversion of the paternal and filial relations as this proposition of his son to pay him a hundred pounds.
Don Quixote added it up, found that it came to sixty-three reals, and told the farmer to pay it down immediately, if he did not want to die for it.
I shall pay for the wives to their fathers and send them to you in three days."
"That is very simple, also: I do not have to pay you a percentage."
Thoughtful, and pay Eudosia's subscription, the former now took her leave.
Then she drank to prosperity in his undertakings, and he drank to the hope that James Grant would show up and pay her for his washing.
He advised Jake to ride to town tomorrow, go to a justice of the peace, tell him he had knocked young Shimerda down, and pay his fine.