of interest

of interest (to someone)

interesting to someone. These archived files are no longer of any interest. This is of little interest to me.
See also: interest, of
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By a faction, I understand a number of citizens, whether amounting to a majority or a minority of the whole, who are united and actuated by some common impulse of passion, or of interest, adversed to the rights of other citizens, or to the permanent and aggregate interests of the community.
The diversity in the faculties of men, from which the rights of property originate, is not less an insuperable obstacle to a uniformity of interests.
In my efforts to get funds I have had some experiences that may be of interest to my readers.
He listened with some degree of interest to what I had to say, but did not give me anything.
The objects of interest are extremely numerous, and the climate is remarkably cheerful and sunny.
In the evening I usually read up about the objects of interest I have visited during the day, or I post up my journal.
Nor did he trouble his borrowers with abstract calculations of figures, or references to ready-reckoners; his simple rule of interest being all comprised in the one golden sentence, 'two-pence for every half-penny,' which greatly simplified the accounts, and which, as a familiar precept, more easily acquired and retained in the memory than any known rule of arithmetic, cannot be too strongly recommended to the notice of capitalists, both large and small, and more especially of money-brokers and bill- discounters.
In like manner, did young Ralph Nickleby avoid all those minute and intricate calculations of odd days, which nobody who has worked sums in simple-interest can fail to have found most embarrassing, by establishing the one general rule that all sums of principal and interest should be paid on pocket-money day, that is to say, on Saturday: and that whether a loan were contracted on the Monday, or on the Friday, the amount of interest should be, in both cases, the same.
This would not be an interest-rate hike in the conventional sense, but instead a normalization of the level of interest rates.
related persons) making payments of interest and original issue discount (OLD) generally must report such payments to the IRS, unless the payee is duly documented, or can be treated, as either foreign or an "exempt recipient.
It provides that the attorney-client privilege is not waived when privileged information is disclosed to third parties with a community of interest.
As the survey showed, conflicts of interest are often at the heart of ethical dilemmas.
Conflicts of Interest in Litigation Services Engagements--Special Report 93-2 (# 055141JA).
TIPS are marketable Treasury securities with varying maturities that pay a fixed rate of interest every six months applied to an inflation-adjusted principal.
Since the level of interest is being measured and since the higher the score the less interest is shown by the respondent, the accurate scoring of this item should be reversed.