Garth; but he meant to make the sum complete with another sixty, and with a view to this, he had kept twenty pounds in his own pocket as a sort of seed-corn, which, planted by judgment, and watered by luck, might yield more than threefold--a very poor rate
of multiplication when the field is a young gentleman's infinite soul, with all the numerals at command.
found when the carrier converts fares into pounds it is using a poor rate
that costs passengers more.
14.1% of these projects were launched in the northwest of Tunisia, a poor rate
compared to the region's wealth, resources and opportunities, participants said.
"There is no reason to accept a poor rate
from your bank if you could be earning 60 times more interest with Halifax.
Her parents live abroad as her father is an aircraft engineer for Royal Brunei Airlines and, due to a poor rate
of exchange, cannot afford to help her
The project ( thought to be the first of its kind in the public sector ( is seen as an innovative way of boosting growth in a county with a poor rate
of business start-ups.
Petitioners argued that the poor rate
of recall returns on some children's products regulated by CPSC were causing risks to consumers who had not heard about the original recall.
Social Security, as currently structured, faces the twin problems of insolvency and poor rate
Why are TV shows allowed to promote themselves as "charitable" with such a poor rate
and who is taking the rest of the money?
Seven churchmen, including two Reverends, appeared in court at Bilston for failing to pay their share of the poor rate
The defect, affecting a gene called Factor V Leiden, was associated with a poor rate
of live births in a study of pregnancy outcomes.