financial gain

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the amount of monetary gain

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Oregon law states that public officials may not use their office to obtain financial gain for themselves or a member of their household, if that financial gain is only available to them because of the office they hold.
He pleaded not guilty to two counts of controlling prostitution for financial gain.
The Traffic and Patrols Directorate at Abu Dhabi Police seeks no financial gains by issuing traffic violations.
We will continue to work with our counterparts to investigate those who manipulate and exploit that system for their own personal financial gain.
Gutierrez pleaded guilty on May 10 to a single count of harboring and shielding illegal aliens for financial gain.
You sexually exploited and degraded women as a commodity for financial gain, irrespective of the impact on them and their lives.
Lady Warsi said: "I have always maintained that I have never misused my ministerial office for personal or financial gain.
These people want to be here, they've put the project ahead of financial gain.
Genomma Lab's net profit was further affected to the upside by a financial gain of MXN7.
The only reason these wind turbines are being pushed is for financial gain.
However, in this extraordinary Illinois case, the trial court ruled that the alleged victim could not be prohibited from introducing evidence of financial gain in a case involving allegations of 'unnecessary surgery.
New York, Dec 22 (ANI): Samantha Ronson is being accused of using her relationship with Lindsay Lohan for financial gain.
When a property owner reinvests the sale proceeds into another property, the financial gain has not been realized in a way that generates funds to pay any tax.
By working for a karate school where the owner believed mainly in financial gain and not in the best interests of the members.
What is certain is that some in the waste industry seem to have taken on a crusade to get the material discredited, either for financial gain, glory or because of ignorance.