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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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The internet will change the retail landscape and prove monetarily viable as retailers can reach a growing and wide (as well as global) audience while keeping costs to the minimum.
The situation in Lebanon remains economically acceptable and monetarily good in comparison with what is now happening in the neighboring Arab countries and the Mediterranean region," he said.
Evil's monetarily challenged plan in the first "Austin Powers" movie to steal a nuclear warhead and then demand "one mil-li-on dollars" in ransom from world leaders?
The cooling-off period has been extended from six months to two years, and Maor would be monetarily compensated.
A lot of people with hearing loss are penalized monetarily," she said.
The official information of the Ministry shows that 28% (176) of all 620 employees have been awarded monetarily, which is an average of BGN 1A 328 per person a about or more than the monthly wage of these employees.
Secondly, look at the owners he's worked for and support of him monetarily.
It means people can choose to have babies when they are able to cope with them psychologically, physically and monetarily.
There is also little or no evidence for the claim that teachers will be more motivated to improve student learning if teachers are evaluated or monetarily rewarded for student test score gains.
He said that the LG has also decided to not only monetarily assist these flood victims but will also partner with registered NGOs to provide them with food, shelter, medicine, clothes and other basic necessities to bring them back to their normal way of life.
12 -- LG also decided to not only monetarily assist these flood victims but also partner with registered NGOs to provide them with food, shelter, medicine, clothes and other basic necessities to bring them back to their normal way of life.
To encourage children to save for themselves and to assist others monetarily, they were each given a piggy bank.