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In a rare moment of self- congratulation, he noted that Baylor agreed to equal revenue sharing, though an unequal distribution scheme would have redounded in its favor.
The change, in Zimmerman's opinion, redounded to the detriment of southern blacks.
8220;It's time that FocalPrice redounded upon great trust and support from all the customers.
The minister said that a large number of machinery equipment had completed their life and have become redounded.
Catholics in Alliance was among the groups in the 2008 campaign that successfully broadened the Catholic political playing field, * which redounded to the benefit of Democrats in key states such as Ohio.
Gerald Schwarz, whose contract with the Phil was not renewed in circumstances which redounded no credit on the orchestra, has been awarded the 2009 First Citizens Award in Seattle where he has been the musical director since 1985.
Although American commitments to Lebanon, Somalia, Vietnam, and Cambodia differed mightily, history reveals that despite immediate costs to America's reputation, disengagement ultimately redounded to America's advantage.
The personal and the political combined in ways which actually redounded to Wilkes's credit and he ended his days with 'profit, patronage, and extensive usefulness' as the City Chamberlain of London, having gained the guarded respect and esteem of no less a personage than George III.
Largely as a way to incentivize ambitious executives, several years ago Stronach began fracturing Magna into highly autonomous operating units whose bottom-line results redounded significantly in the compensation of the chiefs who ran them.
long association with the game, actually redounded to the benefit of an arch-