Those who from pure religious motives contribute
to the support of this enterprise should take care to ascertain that their donations, flowing through many devious channels, at last effect their legitimate object, the conversion of the Hawaiians.
At the same time, I entreat her to believe that the information which I have derived from her Diary will in no respect help me to contribute
to that failure.
If this be so, fancy the irresistibleness of that might, to which the most impalpable and destructive of all elements contributes
But nothing contributes
more to produce a clearness of diction that is remote from commonness than the lengthening, contraction, and alteration of words.
Peter Craig, our enterprising literary editor, contributes
a touching love story.
PREI would contribute
an amount of cash equal to the aggregate agreed value of the contributed projects, net of indebtedness, plus the increase of up to $20.
Shareholders would form a partnership and contribute
their stock to the new partnership.
In 2005, CNF contributed a total of $127 million to its DB plans, and the company expects to contribute
$75 million to the plans in 2006.
This rule ignores the fact that teachers contribute
to their retirement benefits and many contribute
to Social Security when employed outside of the classroom.
Average individuals are now entitled to contribute
far less to the candidates of their choice than they were in previous elections.
And, Forster said, studies with monkeys also suggest that free radicals contribute
Through PortletSwap, JBoss community members can contribute
and share a growing number of pre-configured portlets, which are reusable Web components that display relevant information, such as enterprise application data and access, email, and news.
Combining the power of music, community and volunteerism to breed a new generation of volunteers, the partnership is exposing young people to simple ways they can proactively contribute
to their community through volunteerism and have fun doing it.
An assets-up transaction is one in which the dividing partnership distributes its assets to its partners, who then contribute
the assets to the resulting partnerships for interests in the latter.
Also, unlike a Roth IRA, there are no income limits determining who can contribute
to the new Roth 401(k).