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ante

the gaming stake put up before the deal in poker by the players
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Federal officials tell us now that the $45 million Las Vegas Sands anted up to avoid criminal charges in this case, and put all companies "and especially casinos'' on notice that "America's anti-money laundering laws apply to all people and every corporation .
Participants also have anted up $305,000 in the past year to support the project, and a fulltime architect manager working out of Atlanta has been hired to develop the new specifications designed to help credit unions and their technology partners more quickly develop and launch new products and services.
Last year when Premier Alaska Tours anted to expand, it turned to Wells Fargo Bank for help.
In March 2010, Eugene commercial real estate broker Evans; the Korth family, which owns the Oakway shopping center on Coburg Road; downtown Eugene Citizens Building co-owner Andy Storment; and Oregon real estate investors Charles Kingsley and Larry Kine formed Stonecrest Properties and anted up cash totaling $1.
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The documents show Humphries anted up his 617 grand to the alleged scammer on April 5.
Al Qathafi, Seif and the man in charge of the former regime's intelligence, Abdullah al Senussi, are on the anted list of the International Criminal Court that has issued warrants for their arrest on accusations of crimes against humanity.
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