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If you want to do the same, you have to take all the time you need to find the young Asian escorts that are willing to try the things you had in mind.
And a staggering 11 per cent admitted that they would be willing to pay an extra pounds 1500 over the current list price.
Despite the implication in this statement that the administration plans to stop illegal immigration and then only allow limited legal immigration, the reality is that the administration plans to legalize all current illegal immigrants--and facilitate the legal migration of any willing persons across the three countries' borders.
The main problem with this argument is that E is comparing situations in which a reduction in value is appropriate because a willing buyer would have to assume any burden associated with the property--paying taxes, zoning costs, lack of control, lack of marketability or resale restrictions.
Your willingness helps opens your eyes to, and prepares you for whatever you are willing to be or to do.
He says Courageous Leadership is driven by core "attitudinal" values of doing what's morally responsible and being willing to take a stand in order to achieve an injury-free job site.
Largely, this struggle stems from complacency in defining service the buyer would be willing to pay for.
Hence, offering unquestioned military support to Israel is, as former Republican House Majority Leader Tom DeLay has put it, "God's foreign policy" To their infinite discredit, Israeli politicians, members of the Likud party, have been willing to play along with the evangelicals, currying their favor.
All McCain-Feingold did was drive the big money away from the political parties to unregulated groups who were willing to say anything.
That amount, the estate argued, was the IRAs' fair market value--the amount a willing buyer would pay and a willing seller would accept in an arm's length transaction--as a buyer would consider future tax liability before determining a price.
ATLANTA -- Women with urinary incontinence are willing to pay a substantial amount of money for symptom improvement, a new study shows.
Similarly, even though it costs the same, are you willing to pay the same price for a steak that you order medium-rare if it is served well done?
More patients are willing to limit their choice of physicians and hospitals to save on out-of-pocket medical costs, the Center for Studying Health System Change (HSC) reported.
Surprisingly, David Ross' The Willing Servant: A History Of The Steam Locomotive is the first history of how the steam railroad spread around the world.
Are board and staff members willing to take time to learn and develop the necessary skills to be successful philanthropically?