barrelhead


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barrelhead

[′bar·əl‚hed]
(design engineering)
The flat end of a barrel.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Unlike personal liability lawyers, who get paid by taking a percentage of the settlement if they win, IP law firms generally demand cash on the barrelhead for their services.
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There is never a straight-up judgment as to whether the state would find it worth while to acquire that conservation easement if they had to pay for it with cash on the barrelhead. Rather, the New York state court applied the low-level standard of review associated with ordinary regulatory takings cases, and upheld the restrictions in question as "legitimate," (29) without finding this a particularly interesting or troublesome case.
Whether they are worn, collected or slammed on the barrelhead to pay for a beer, numismatic artifacts surround us now, and they surrounded us all the way back before antiquity.
They only entered into agency relations (requiring promises and trust) with one another, and they dealt in cash on the barrelhead with the rest of the world.
For Delboy, meanwhile, the sauceboat was brimming with pecuniary advancement, readies, moolah, wonga and hard cash on the barrelhead. He was cock-a-hoop at the beneficence of the great god P ricewise and he didn't care who knew about it.
They gave their tendency a name (one sounding close enough to "DNC" to make it seem all but an official party organ) and a public mission: It would serve as the party's vehicle for "ideas, not constituency groups." The idealism was vouchsafed by a $1,000 membership fee, with private retreats with business-friendly pols like Virginia Governor Chuck Robb available for those willing to pay extra cash on the barrelhead.
We know how to save for what we want or need and will live by the "cash on the barrelhead" rule if at all possible from now on.