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earn

verb achieve, achieve by continued effort, accuire by service, attain, be deserving, be entitled to, be successful, be worthy, clear, deserve, gain, gain by labor, gain by service, get a profit, get by effort, have a right to, merere, merit, merit as compensation, net, obtain a victory, procure by effort, profit, prosper, realize, reap, receive compensation, secure, succeed in reaching, win
Associated concepts: ability to earn, earned commissions, earned income, earned premiums, earned surplus, earned wages, a sum earned and unpaid
See also: acquire, attain, bear, gain, obtain, pass, procure, realize, reap, receive, succeed, yield
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Kevin Arnovitz, ESPN: Celtics, Cavaliers, Raptors, Wizards, Warriors, Spurs, Rockets, Clippers
Results from the study indicated that the number of flowers borne by individual spurs is a function of spur leaf area in the previous year and whether or not the spur bore a fruit in the previous year.
Along the apical edge there is a vertical row of 5 to 6 spurs, usually relatively large, that are hereby designated as the apical spurs (Fig.
Q My neighbor was just diagnosed with a bone spur in his foot and it's affecting his ability to walk.
Ladbrokes make former Spurs striker Jurgen Klinsmann their 7-2 favourite succeed Jol, with Seville boss Juande Ramos a 6-1 shot.
The Celtics last beat the Spurs in San Antonio on Feb.
A nine-point lead got away in the last six minutes of regulation after the Lakers held the Spurs to 28.
Located just above the automotive troposphere but below the stratosphere, the $164,990 Bentley Continental Flying Spur appeals to buyers looking for a sporting--yet reserved--luxury vehicle.
Spurs striker Frederick Kanoute ( because he hates us.
A method has been devised for predicting code spurs where, through careful choice of active codes, it is possible to position unwanted spurs to project onto unused codes in the code domain rather than onto the active codes upon which system performance depends.
Assessing mixer spurs reliably can enable first-cut success in communication hardware design with reduced development time and product cost.
The spurs are usually painful as they develop, especially when a person is walking or putting extra pressure on the area while exercising.