Seventy percent of the neighborhood's shops employ one or more people off the books
, paying in cash, food, liquor, or any number of store products.
Jumper explained that the funding for those positions has already been reduced, but "we have failed to take the people away, or take those slots off the books
They took homosexuality off the books
and replaced it with GID," she says, "because gay men and women started to stand up for their rights as human beings.
THE firm responsible for signing off the books
of collapsed tour operator XL Leisure was yesterday facing an investigation.
Shedding the contract of Beckett -- a desired commodity -- figured to be no problem, but getting Lowell off the books
was going to be a bigger challenge.
Judging by Manhattan's lodging market, the law of supply and demand also seems to have been written off the books
Two confidential informants-- both disgruntled ex-employees-- told the IRS Barrett kept cash patient fees off the books
I believe first-degree murderers deserve to be executed, but with so many exclusions on the books - mental illness, under 18 at the time, inadequate defense and others - the death penalty will eventually be taken off the books
With a backlog of distressed properties off the books
and recycled into the market place, banks can return to the business of lending.
The documentary compiles a wide array of corporate offenses, including managers instructed to doctor payroll records to keep earned overtime off the books
and its strong-arm anti-union tactics.
The conduit is designed to get problem loans off the books
while raising new capital from U.
5 million off the books
when they did not pick up the option on veteran center Adam Oates, granting him unrestricted free agency.