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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 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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The amount we pay for bounties is generally consistent across similar issues, but it can change as the risk landscape evolves.
According to Adam Smith, it was precisely this program of bounties, especially the tonnage bounty, which was so wasteful of public funds and thus detrimental to the British economy.
Kohn notes that the False Claims Act (FCA), which awards bounties to whistleblowers who report fraud by government contractors, has recovered some $25 billion in fraudulent billings by corrupt vendors since it was enacted in 1863, while paying out some $2.
You will need to ride your luck to knock out one of the bounties because they will have strong hands when a big pot develops.
Prior to the tournament draw, the bounties were assigned to Aaron Aragon, Bill Frisby, Bob Calderon, Craig Welsh, and Jeff Dolezal.
So far, BountyQuest is offering a limited number of bounties.
Today it's all out in the open; anyone can play and we may soon expect the bounties to be financed with the issue of junk bonds.
Bounties are given regardless of where the player finishes overall.
Ronald Bato De la Rosa, who has been appointed by President-elect Rodrigo Duterte as the next Philippine National Police director general, made clear his position against vigilantes when asked to react to the the human rights commission's disapproval of bounties for criminals.
Facebook security engineer Collin Green says in a Friday blog post that the company had given bounties to 329 people across 51 different countries.
Thanksgiving promised that two peoples, with different religions and different ways of worshipping, could find the means of supporting each other and celebrating the bounties of this shared earth together.
Past celebrity guest bounties include Nicky Hilton and Kevin Connelly.
In an interview on ANC's Headstart on Thursday, Dela Rosa said that the bounties for him and for Duterte had been raised from P10 million to P50 million because there were no takers.
said, more than $11 million in bounties were paid in the Philippines by the program.