It's our "performance-based" promise to you: If we can't help you manage your business better, then you don't have to pay one red cent
Dead as a doornail," "not one red cent
," "the cat is out of the bag.
Maybe that's why there was not one red cent
in Paul Martin's budget to relieve the misery of the poorest of the poor.
This archaic, 125-year-old law permits mining companies to gouge billions of dollars' worth of gold, silver, platinum, palladium and other hardrock minerals from public lands, without paying one red cent
to the real owners, the American people.
But the sad thing is, bail and bounty hunting are the only parts of the criminal-justice system that are self-financing--they don't cost the taxpayers a red cent
Our proposal required not one red cent
of new HUD funds.
Smith waving the Constitution on the Senate floor, expostulating, "I wouldn't give a red cent
for all your fine rules, without there was some plain everyday, common kindness under 'em--and a little looking out for the next fella"?
Mirka Velinovska in Nova Makedonija comments that the Russian Church doesn't give a red cent
for the Macedonian Autocephaly Church.
hasn't received a penny from the sex She said: "We haven't got one red cent
30 this afternoon I have not earned a red cent
out of magnificent Workforce.
I never paid Michael Lowry one red cent
," said Mr O'Brien, 52, who netted a vast fortune after BT bought out his Esat Digifone operator in a pounds 2.
And you won't have to spend a red cent
on petroleum distillates.
I am not going to approve another red cent
, not a dime.