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But Khawaja said that while there were national-level kabaddi players in the police rugby team, it was hard to lure people from what is a lucratively paid professional sport.
paragraph] Both criminal and civil False Claims Act cases have paid off for the government, often lucratively.
Rainer Becker and Arjun Waney started a restaurant in London and the partnership lucratively shaped and transformed Zuma as a model worldwide.
The challenges are big, but our aspirations are even bigger," he added, considering this a good enough incentive to have the cabinet lucratively achieve its goals at all levels.
I'm not defending him, and maybe the bad-boy persona he has lucratively been depicting on Two And A Half Men for the past few years has become a case of life imitating art, but I'm just afraid that one of these days we're going to wake up to read the headline that he's died at the age of 45.
For journalist Annita Bengtzon, this could be another big break into an unsolved story she could then sell lucratively to newspapers.
Last year, the Grand Slam winner signed an eight-year contract with Nike worth 43 million pounds, making her the world's most lucratively endorsed sportswoman.
One is cutting costs; the other is focused on innovating and bringing new services to market quickly and lucratively.
In the past 10 years alone he has radically and lucratively reordered three markets -- music, movies, and mobile telephones -- and his impact on his original industry, computing, has only grown.
With all this going on it can not be avoidable by those who never knew him before to develop interest in him and at the same time being used by various media to sell lucratively.
Will, for example, the tax havens who have lived so lucratively from tax avoidance over many decades roll over as easily as is believed even by their fiercest critics?