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monetary

adjective capital, financial, fiscal, minted, nummulary, pecuniary, stamped
Associated concepts: monetary damages, monetary relief
See also: commercial, financial, fiscal, mercantile, pecuniary
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I can suggest you take him to court if you are monetarily sound and perfect on documents to repel and show how a tenant can retaliate over such an unacceptable rise in rent.
Divorce Decisions: Practical Ways to Protect Yourself, Your Children, and Your Wallet" is a legal resource for those facing divorce and want to approach it so that they come out as least injured, both monetarily and emotionally, as possible.
Some players too are convinced that playing Twenty20 is more beneficial monetarily than the longer version.
Most of us are the exact opposite: mathematically weak, yet monetarily motivated.
People spreading the word have nothing directly to gain monetarily, although rewards like ego satisfaction, status, winning attention and increasing popularity could be garnered.
Recruiting and rewarding good teachers monetarily isn't a silver bullet.
It's hard to tell what it's going to mean for us monetarily.
Internal medicine is an honorable profession and I thoroughly enjoyed my years of practice, but you are missing the boat if you believe that you can convince physicians to do a better job and not reward them monetarily, but instead reward them for doing a worse job.
Companies from both trade associations have contributed monetarily to the ASABE Standards Program and have been longtime supporters by providing input and leadership for ASABE Standards.
This backdrop provides an interesting contrast to Pollard's upbringing, who, though monetarily unaffected, cannot shut out the struggling unwashed masses, nor desires to do so.
And sending Marco home [without involving the authorities] was costly, both emotionally and monetarily.
Another reported that the players were rewarded "not only monetarily, but also financially.