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Synonyms for bounty

Synonyms for bounty

a sum of money offered for a special service, such as the apprehension of a criminal

Synonyms

Synonyms for bounty

payment or reward (especially from a government) for acts such as catching criminals or killing predatory animals or enlisting in the military

the property of copious abundance

generosity evidenced by a willingness to give freely

a ship of the British navy

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If you knock out all three bounties - Pamela Anderson, Doyle Brunson and Mike Caro - you win $25,000, plus your share of the regular tournament prize money
com) is an application service provider (ASP) which has developed BountyMarket(SM), an Internet application that allow users to offer cash bounties to anyone whose referral of a buyer, a seller, or a prospective employee leads to a successful transaction or hire.
BountyQuest is launching with numerous customers who have posted more than 50 bounties related to patents in the biochemical, mechanical and computer arenas.
Visitors then see the posted bounties and make referrals when they believe they know someone who can supply, or might want to purchase, those goods or services.
ISPs which are well-established in their local communities and want to stay in the Internet services space could then refer new dial-up access business to EarthLink and continue to receive cash bounties.
Even though our case was brought under the old insider-trading law, it was clearly meant to send a message to all potential whistleblowers that the SEC is serious about paying bounties for information about financial misconduct.
50 and $11 and feature $100 added directly to the prize pool and a further $100 added in the form of four $25 Scalps - players simply have to knock out one of the pro bounties and win the $25.
Okay, now the promoting is done, I am going to talk about how you chase down these bounties.
TABLE 1 The FFCA's Effects Settlements and judgments, bounties, and new matters reported by whistleblowers Number of Settlements new whistle and judg- Bounties blower Year (in millions) (in millions) reports 2001 $1,838.
Company Also Issues First-Ever Report on the Economics of Bug Bounties
have been warned that bounties for their capture or death of up to $50,000 have been placed on their heads.