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incentive

n. cocaine. (see also initiative.) Maybe a little of that incentive would make me work harder.
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Your religion," says he, "serves you only for an excuse for your faults, but is no incentive to your virtue.
Whatever may have been his incentive, however, up he sprang, and screamed out, "Hold off, Cuff; don't bully that child any more; or I'll--"
But the bloody trophy in the hand of the partisan served as an incentive to the attacked, as well as to the assailants.
But the deep regular breathing, still going on while the other was taking off his worn shoes and gaiters, and still continuing when he had laid aside his coat and cravat, became at length a strong provocative to curiosity, and incentive to get a glimpse of the sleeper's face.
Dead, I have found the true friends of my lifetime still as true as tender and as faithful as when I was alive, and making my memory an incentive to good actions done in my name.
July 17, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- With India estimated to become the world's most populous country by 2025, the Global Incentive Council just issued a resourceful white paper, Incentives in India: A Coming of Age.
These targeted incentives can be significantly higher than the standard New York State Energy Research & Development Authority (NYSERDA) incentives.
Employer incentives range from token incentives such as company mugs to national retailers' gift cards to several hundred dollars in "credit" to be applied to an employee's healthcare contributions.
It begins with progressive public policies--federal, state, and local--in forested rural areas to encourage a vibrant forest economy: economic development incentives to manufacturers and loggers, supporting tax policies, targeted worker training and education, functional roads and bridges, coordinated and efficient state and federal agency processes.
Concerned that a legal ruling could jeopardize tax incentives that benefit manufacturers, Congress introduced legislation that preserves the right of states to offer economic development tax incentives that encourage businesses to expand or relocate to their state.
When it is time to pay out incentives, individual faculty member's points are divided by the total number of points obtained during that period to determine their proportion of the incentive.
are descending upon Southern California today to try and lure film and television production to their areas with enticing financial incentives and other perks.
North Carolina is not an exception--many states report similar percentages for unclaimed incentives and tax credits.