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This amusement lasted from the Barriere des Sergens to the place of Notre Dame, and Friquet found in it very real enjoyment; but when at last the regiment separated, penetrated the heart of the city and placed itself at the extremity of the Rue Saint Christophe, near the Rue Cocatrix, in which Broussel lived, then Friquet remembered that he had not had breakfast; and after thinking in which direction he had better turn his steps in order to accomplish this important act of the day, he reflected deeply and decided that Councillor Broussel should bear the cost of this repast.
Taxpayers across the country bear the cost of picking up, housing, and eventually killing these cats and dogs, which can run as high as $300 per animal.
It protects property owners from being required to bear the cost of quartering soldiers on their property; a reaction to an earlier British threat to impose that burden on American colonists.
Designing a $30 part to safeguard a $7,000 display case from constant brushes with carts is very important for both the store and its customers who bear the cost of replacement.
Public land and development rights acquisition, on the other hand, rightfully makes the beneficiary - the general taxpayer in this case - bear the cost of obtaining that which enriches them.
Taxpayers across the country bear the cost of picking up, housing, and eventually euthanizing these cats and dogs, as much as $300 per animal.
Public land acquisition rightfully requires the beneficiary - the taxpayer or developer, in this case - to bear the cost of obtaining that which enriches them.
Benninger said taxpayers bear the cost of picking up, housing and eventually killing unwanted animals, which can cost as much as $300 per animal.
Holden said he decided to seek the reimbursement so that city taxpayers would not have to bear the cost of his defense, adding that he was disappointed the council refused to take direct action.
The policy ensures that the federal government will not bear the cost of medical care, even if it means that illegal immigrants escape deportation and criminals escape prosecution.
If the court finds that the borrower is not responsible, the trust would bear the cost, causing a permanent impairment to the lowest rated class, class F.