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This inflow of money is a key determinant of American prosperity because this money is put to work for the nation and produces more jobs, higher standards of living, and general prosperity.
We're committed to deliver 'on-the-fly' configurations so systems can be put to work now-not remain in inventory-all part of our one-stop source for cost-effective products and support.
MTMC's Azores Detachment unloaded engineering equipment from the MV Strong Patriot that was put to work by soldiers within 24 hours.
Most of the nine appendixes are tools that can be pulled directly from the book and put to work by customizing them for your own organization.
We hope you'll cull some good ideas from these facilities that you can put to work in your own.
Investment advisor Al Peltier says he likes variable universal life insurance for clients Dawn and Scott Jackson because it has an investment component that allows net premiums to be put to work in subaccounts that invest in a corresponding portfolio of stocks, bonds, money market funds or fixed accounts, with a number of tax benefits.
Jobless young people are to be put to work in the New Year to insulate up to 20,000 homes of the poor and elderly, Scottish housing minister Malcolm Chisholm said yesterday.
By giving the appreciated stock to your favorite eco-charity, the whole $25,000 can be put to work.
He foresaw the emergence in the next century of four groups of people: computer experts; those being instructed and put to work by computer experts; those who wanted to be in the first two categories but felt alienated from them; and those `neo-Luddites' who turned their back on computer technology.
Arriving in Ottawa in 1941, McLaren was immediately put to work creating propaganda pieces for the war effort.
The President himself has proposed a lifetime limit on welfare of five years, and he is running television spots that advertise his toughness on the issue, saying that all welfare recipients must be put to work.
Years of Proven Methodology and Energetic Executives Put to Work for Technology Companies Seeking to Grow and Prosper
Antsy video gamers could be put to work outdoors to pepper-spray people caught sneezing in parking lots.
The oldest son, Bud, has chosen to be a pacifist to the extent that he will have no part in the war effort, and he is put to work in a mental hospital where he gets no real salary for doing excruciatingly difficult work.
Collins says many scientific hurdles remain before such transgenic mosquitoes could be put to work against malaria.