wealthiness


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In summary, the Buddha did not see wealthiness itself as a sin.
copy city to be inspired it "Edinburgh and Dunwall are contrasted cities, a mix between beauty and violence, wealthiness and poverty, the cold rough touch of a stone and the warmth of whisky.
Schulze (2007) estimated the decile means of net wealth distribution (in 1,000 [euro]) of German retiree households in 2003 based on the Second Poverty and Wealthiness Report, presented in the first row of Table A1.
The sovereign credit profile in both Qatar and Abu Dhabi actually benefits from the wealthiness of oil-rich nations, says the report, adding that the credit profile of corporate government-related issuers (GRIs) in those two markets benefits from a high implicit support from the sovereign.
To define the economic wealthiness of a country, it is essential to take in account a fact that man is the central part of any economic system.