Those most likely to give credit
to Obama include young adults, women and those with annual household incomes under $36,000.
Although we're still struggling and we made a lot of mistakes down the stretch so I have to give credit
to UST for playing hard.
The agency said that on average, the new schedule will give credit
unions an additional seven days to file the reports.
That's not binding, however, and it's up to the individual schools to determine what they'll accept to give credit
It's rare to hear someone who appears to have won single-handedly give credit
to his team rather than speak of his own prowess.
You have to give credit
to players like that, and goalkeepers and defenders - but that is the way football is today, unfortunately.
The woman was asked to give credit
card details over the phone or risk being cut off.
you've got to give credit
to the players for the way they went after the game.
The customary elements of this long-standing wonderful series remain in place: Constable Hamish Macbeth's romantic life remains in flux, he is content to solve crimes in the little fishing village of Lochdubh in the Scottish Highlands but give credit
to anyone else because he doesn't want a promotion and wants to remain there with his dog and tamed wild cat.
Julian Montoya of Burrito King said the bidding process did not give credit
for all he has done over the years and there was no justification for changing the operation.
Cite It Right spells out exactly how to give credit
where credit is due in circles where being "by the book" in one's references and citations is absolutely critical to earning good grades, furthering one's career, creating a professional-quality paper, and avoiding even the slightest possibility of unintentional plagiarism.
In a relaxed public address, Hadid avoided the opportunity to appear triumphant, choosing instead to give credit
to her long-term collaborator Patrik Schumacher, and project architects Jim Heverin and Tiago Correia.
The conventional banking system was reluctant to give credit
to those who were too poor to provide any form of guarantee or needed only small amounts of money to get themselves started.
where credit is due: MySpace is the place to find new music, especially now, when radio sucks more than ever.
This is an unfortunate reality that we may have to get used to in the New York Times, but I was sad to see that in "6 Design Virtuosos You Need to Know," an article dedicated to designers and their disciplines, AT credited the designer being profiled and the actors in the photo, but failed to give credit
to the collaborating designers whose work is also depicted.