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Paul Hoffman's THE LEFT HAND OF GOD was a global hit and introduced the world of the Redeemers and anti-hero Thomas Cale, trained to be a killer without remorse.
Thirty-six percent of heavy redeemers and 30% of medium redeemers, compared to 55% of light redeemers, would continue to use their debit card the same way if their bank eliminated debit rewards, suggesting that debit rewards programs are not a strong incentive to stick with an institution.
Thirty-six per cent of heavy redeemers and 30 per cent of medium redeemers, compared to 55 per cent of light redeemers, would continue to use their debit card the same way if their bank eliminated their debit rewards programme - further suggesting that debit rewards programmes are not a strong incentive to stick with a particular banking institution.
The survey also assessed consumers' willingness to pay for a debit rewards program and found that 36% of heavy redeemers are willing to pay as much as $4/month for their debit reward program, while 61% would be willing to pay $1/month.
But Mike Ruddock was simply the latest in a long line of Great Redeemers.
Michael Niemira, chief economist for the International Council of Shopping Centers told The Associated Press that only a massive influx of gift card redeemers could bump up sales from the 3 percent to 3.
This implies that either (a) there are one or more other redeemers ontologically distinct from Christ, or (b) Christ is not a redeemer, or (c) both a and b.
As Beecher notes in his introduction, Riche's stories "form a complex forum on the nature of women, as potential redeemers and as potential destroyers" (68).
will also start to earn immediate income from coupon redeemers while capturing vital demographic data about all its customers.