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Johnny. 1932--2003, US country-and-western singer, guitarist, and songwriter. His recordings include the hits "I Walk the Line" (1956), "Ring of Fire" (1963), "A Boy named Sue" (1969), and the American Recordings series of albums (1994--2003)
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Finally, "finish the job" on ending the cashable tax credit program: lay out a general payment plan for credits earned, even if it will be over several years.
He portrays them as a beggarly, thieving, adulterous riff-raff, who, if they could be taught that their bastard offspring were a cashable asset, might take better care to preserve and nourish them in infancy, and also refrain from beating their wives when they are pregnant for fear of a miscarriage (A Modest Proposal, The Prose Writings Vol.
The published figure is intended only to give an indicative figure and in no way provides cashable savings.
Syeda Majida Zaidi demanded that the "killer of people" Chief Minister should give cashable cheques to the affectees of dengue fever and PIC and grant representation to women in the Cabinet instead of merely talking about billions of rupees provided for welfare of women.
The representational contract between physical assets and financial paper cashable by the holder had a special fascination for novelists whose livelihood was built on a representational contract between their paper--novels--and social reality cashable by the reader.
He was jailed for 11 years in 1995 for his part in the Snowhill robbery - the hijack of a van with pounds 400,000 of diamonds and pounds 7million of cashable bonds.
1 billion as of end-September 2010), cashable assets on hand (KRW 10.
Jevons, following others, recognises that the point of satiety becomes more difficult to determine when the need becomes more and more refined, but the heart of marginalist economics rests on the principle that the limits of the economy are based on acquisitions of cashable objects or services.
In a report to this week's North Wales Police Authority, Chief Constable Mark Polin says: "The overall aim remains to enhance the service for the benefit of all people working, living and travelling through North Wales while also producing cashable savings.
He would prefer a progressive, cashable tax credit, "with a higher rate for the poor than the rich.
Now Ms Smith has told forces to "deliver significant cashable improvements" in 2009-10.