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The finality pursued through the organization and exploitation of an enterprise can be of remunerative or non-remunerative type.
The government also helps farmers by procuring tamar directly from them at remunerative prices.
In return for cash donations, they guarantee not only guilt-free consciences for ourselves but also highly remunerative salaries and expense accounts for themselves.
In this charming little book Mr Hogwood tells the story of Haydn's visits to England in 1791-2 and 1794-5, visits that were both great successes and highly remunerative for the composer.
The bonds will pay established remunerative interest, based on the accumulative variation of 126.50% of the Daily Interbank deposit rate.
"The vision aims to ensure Bahrainis better living standards through energising economy and creating remunerative jobs," Deputy Premier Shaikh Mohammed bin Mubarak Al Khalifa yesterday said.
A disgraced former minister, who despite his behaviour was rewarded with a remunerative sinecure at the EU, is to be elevated to the Lords - a lifetime ambition - as business secretary.
He added: "I have no regrets about leaving, it was a very remunerative and successful period, but I think it's time to move on now.
But it will be difficult to undermine the solid empirical data he has amassed to show that the problem of economic growth without sustainable and remunerative employment presents a huge challenge for the future.
The latest important data being withheld during clinical investigation of COX-2 inhibitors is only one example of the naughty behavior and remunerative interests of these companies, and not an exception to the rule.
Altogether, mortgage brokering has become a highly remunerative addition of services that ambitious aim entrepreneurial commercial real estate brokers can offer to their customers.
Is there some reason that every job, including those often held by teenagers or the semi-retired, must be remunerative enough to support a family of three?