IN PARTICULAR This Work Is Dedicated By A Humble Native Of Flatland In the Hope that Even as he was Initiated into the Mysteries OF THREE DIMENSIONS Having been previously conversant With ONLY TWO So the Citizens of that Celestial Region May aspire yet higher and higher To the Secrets of FOUR FIVE or EVEN SIX Dimensions Thereby contributing
To the Enlargement of THE IMAGINATION And the possible Development Of that most and excellent GIFT of MODESTY Among the Superior Races Of SOLID HUMANITY
If Emily considered herself capable of contributing
in this way to the completeness of his great work on "the ruined cities," she had only to apply to his bookseller in London, who would pay her the customary remuneration and give her every assistance of which she might stand in need.
to maintain an army at a distance causes the people to be impoverished.
That's three times the percentage (8 percent) that identifies contributing
to an IRA as their first priority.
704(c)(1)(B), a distribution of contributed appreciated or depreciated property within seven years of the date of contribution requires the contributing
member to recognize remaining precontribution gain or loss on the date of such distribution.
If a client is not eligible to contribute to a deductible IRA but is eligible to contribute to a Roth IRA, he or she should contribute up to the maximum allowable amount to a 401(k) before considering contributing
to a Roth IRA.
Categories 1 and 2 are based on the percentage of members contributing
The Yankees and Mets will privately finance their new facilities, with the State contributing
to infrastructure upgrades for Shea Stadium, including surface parking, and the construction of new parking facilities for Yankee Stadium.
Businesses and business people who benefit from the community should participate in contributing
to the hospital.
There are more people retiring and fewer people actively employed and contributing
Organizational factors identified as contributing
to burnout include multiple sponsorship of social work agencies, increased regulation, role conflict, downsizing, and role ambiguity.
My answer is simple: The historian in each of us knows that we are all, at best, only contributing
to a history that will be written long after we are gone.