pecuniary resource

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The pecuniary resources of Another were, as they usually are, of a very limited nature.
I do not know whether he is well off now, and precisely what Marfa Petrovna left him; this will be known to me within a very short period; but no doubt here in Petersburg, if he has any pecuniary resources, he will relapse at once into his old ways.
The chief pecuniary resource in the border states is the breeding of slaves," wrote the son of a slave holder near Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Bhati said: 'If a learned judge or a general possesses any assets or pecuniary resources disproportionate to his known sources of income or maintains a standard of living, which is not commensurate with his sources of income, he can be indicted under Section 9 (v) of the National Accountability Bureau Ordinance, 1999 and is liable to be punished with rigorous imprisonment for a term, which may extend to fourteen years for this offence of corruption and corrupt practice.
But after that, the Kremlin, as the embodiment of Soviet power, had to funnel a lot of pecuniary resources into the Baltic countries, adapting them to the new economic realities.
ADMISSION OF EVIDENCE IN TRIAL In a stage of trial, the fact that an accused person is in possession for which he or she cannot satisfactorily account of pecuniary resources or property disproportionate to his or her known sources of income, or that he or she had, at or about the time of the alleged offence should be considered by the court as evidence of pecuniary sources or property.