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(aided even by his mother's jointure) were quite inadequate fitly to defray the expenses of living at his splendid country-seat.
So that if there existed any one whom we assuredly knew to be capable of making discoveries of the highest kind, and of the greatest possible utility to the public; and if all other men were therefore eager by all means to assist him in successfully prosecuting his designs, I do not see that they could do aught else for him beyond contributing to defray the expenses of the experiments that might be necessary; and for the rest, prevent his being deprived of his leisure by the unseasonable interruptions of any one.
"`In order to save Major Cavalcanti the trouble of drawing on his banker, I send him a draft for 2,000 francs to defray his travelling expenses, and credit on you for the further sum of 48,000 francs, which you still owe me.'" The major awaited the conclusion of the postscript, apparently with great anxiety.
The expense also of religious worship should be defrayed by the whole state.
The objects of the Union among the States, as described in article third, are "their common defense, security of their liberties, and mutual and general welfare." The terms of article eighth are still more identical: "All charges of war and all other expenses that shall be incurred for the common defense or general welfare, and allowed by the United States in Congress, shall be defrayed out of a common treasury," etc.
The truth is, when we say of a gentleman that he lives elegantly on nothing a year, we use the word "nothing" to signify something unknown; meaning, simply, that we don't know how the gentleman in question defrays the expenses of his establishment.
According to budgetary document, estimates of the amount required in the year ending June 30, 2020 to defray the Salaries and other expanses of Supreme Court of Pakistan is Rs2.09 billion.
Twenty-eight students from the Johnston City High School Class of 2018 grabbed a share of nearly $720,000 in scholarship funds to help defray their college costs.
'Moral obligation' of Monarch owners THE private equity owner of failed airline Monarch has agreed it has a "moral obligation" to help defray the cost of repatriating customers.
In this week's edition of the Trib+Edu newsletter: Software companies aim to personalize learning, Idaho experiments with online accounts for students to defray college prep costs and an interview with Candace Walkington of Southern Methodist University.
The agency hopes to prevent more pit bulls from ending up in shelters or being euthanized by offering to defray the cost of spaying and neutering the dogs for low-income pit bull owners.
An official of the Sultan Kudarat State University (SKSU) has been charged with malversation for having used his cash advance intended for a Lakbay Aral program to defray expenses he incurred when he attended the wedding of co-workers.
Pursuant to the resolution, applicant must defray 25 per cent of the total fine's amount upon approval on the instalment's request, and the installment's defray must be in cash or via any instrument defined by the concerned government entity.
The donation will help defray the cost of Habitat for Humanity's estimated $1.4 million project, which the non-profit organization expects to complete by 2016.
WE would like to express our thanks for the very kind donations which will defray the costs of renovation work at our Tuebrook Hope Centre, including PS250 from Plus Dane, PS750 from West Derby Waste Lands Charity and PS1,500 from the neighbourhood fund We would like to apologise for users for inconvenience during the building work.
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