independent means

independent means

the ability to finance oneself without assistance from the state. This is of relevance in allowing entry to the UK to retired persons and investors.
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It is so sluffed over and hushed up, there is so little clear thinking--oh, political economy, of course, but so few of us think clearly about our own private incomes, and admit that independent thoughts are in nine cases out of ten the result of independent means. Money: give Mr.
The sound slightly disturbed certain somnolent merchants, government officials, and men of independent means who were lying back in their chairs, chatting, smoking, ruminating about their affairs, with their eyes half shut; they raised their lids for an instant at the sound and then closed them again.
"Being independent means that the future of Destiny 2 is entirely on our team.
Adding that, she said, every organization must develop a monitoring and evaluation mechanism, with related metrics and the independent means of their verification, implementation research and process learnings for policy must be institutionalized, whereas third party impact evaluations must be planned in an experimental.
74 / zkte-niias / 2019 / tskb for the right to conclude a contract for the provision of services for internal and external penetration testing, for analyzing the effectiveness of built-in protection of an automatic locomotive signaling system (also-el) as an independent means of signaling and communication
It targets unscrupulous husbands who would capriciously kick out wives, who often didn't have independent means for support in a male-centric society in which men held all the rights to property and economic activities.
Both serving and retired employees of PNCA feel that the government has not taken upon itself the duty to provide these servants of the state any independent means of livelihood in their old age.
One source, who has been privy to some of the discussions, said: "Umpires don't have any independent means of representation and are employed by the governing bodies.
Just off Glasgow Road, the flats in Greenlaw Avenue were very much the home of choice for professionals or people of independent means. Dignified and smart, this row remains pretty much the same today as it as was when our historic picture was taken in 1960.
Leggatt-Chidgey, who lived in Rokeby, near Barnard Castle, County Durham, led people to think he had independent means with his double-barrelled name, military ties and wealthy demeanour, a hospice source said.
'Independent means free,' he replied to a question regarding his future decisions if PTI does not secure a majority in the country.
My desire to be of independent means probably began, like everything else, from my childhood experiences.
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