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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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The problem is that the assets are not enough cashable and investments are held.
She said: "In Gwent, we really have proved that you can do more with less - over the same period under my leadership we have made PS25m recurring cashable savings out of a PS130m budget and are currently exceeding our savings targets for this year and have clear plans to deliver savings up to March 2016.
If 80% of councillors choose to take up the iPad option, the project is expected to cost PS300,581, but would generate "cashable benefits" of PS409,380 - therefore saving PS108,000 over five years, according to the business case.
For example, many foreign workers are paid in cashable cheques or employed as advisors and consultants, leaving the responsibility of tax payments to the employee himself.
I always say that 'you can cash Saudi riyal in any place in the world, if we train Saudis to be cashable in any place of the world,.' Saudi Arabia is an international market, so we do have a problem with training and we have to handle it.
The checks, which weren't addressed to anyone, were each valued at about $1 million each; however, the checks are not expected to be cashable. Jerusalem police spokesman Shmuel Ben Ruby said that an investigation has begun to determine whether or not the checks are real.
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.
* The Peterborough scheme is too small to deliver substantial 'cashable' saving; the ability of the SIB model to deliver significant savings for government remains unproven.
Building the regional PSN, and aggregating local authority and school networks, allowed the council to achieve Au2.4 million in cashable and cost-avoidance savings.