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Cain/the devil/hell
1. To behave in a rowdy or disruptive fashion.
2. To reprimand someone angrily.
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She contacted Guide Dogs of America to find out about raising a potential guide dog.
While none of the proponents of raising the mandatory minimum wage is willing to admit it, all are pushing policies that tend to hurt minorities, the unskilled, and the poor.
Increasingly, grandparents are raising grandchildren in the absence of the child's parents.
The Democrats almost doubled their total, raising $95.
But even if it's true, he says, the Taiwanese data unveil the surprising fragility of maternal sentiments when, as rarely happens, a society encourages women to opt out of raising their unwanted children and provides an easy way to do so.
Industry trade groups say that raising the rate would reduce an insurers' incentive to invest in municipal bonds unless municipalities, schools, state governments and other entities increase the yields from them.
The report also examines the potential revenue generated from amending or repealing the indexing of individual income tax rates, taxing all corporate income at 35%, taxing capital gains held until death and raising the Medicare payroll taxes.
All across America, people keep the FUN in fund raising by joining the MS WALK.
where cage raising was possible) had to be mined conventionally, laboriously, and slowly.
In conjunction with that endorsement, Rosalind Wells, the chief economist for the National Retail Merchants Association, told a news conference that if Congress and the White House failed to reach agreement on a spending-cut plan and resort to raising taxes, then imposition of a consumption tax - particularly a value-added tax - should be strongly resisted.
Raising the minimum wage will therefore help low-income families, while its costs will be barely noticed by everyone else.
There is a direct relationship between raising money and getting out votes to the blossoming of our political issues.