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1 It pays to know in advance what files to look for, where they are, and to ensure that they are indeed generated properly and will be available when needed.
2 If one thing stands out from Mr Lewis's account of how a few individuals made fortunes from predicting the crisis, it is that it pays to be an outsider.
3 He always rides shotgun and pays attention to road conditions ahead.
4 Setting security plays an important part in your GRUB configuration; setting a password and using MD5 encryption pays dividends to your overall system security.
5 She pays her rent by the quarter.
6 Then he pays with the largest possible number of small COINS, which he delivers a few at the time, in varying amounts and at irregular intervals.
7 Starbucks buys expensive beans and pays its growers—be they in Guatemala or Ethiopia—an average of 23% above the market price.
8 This may be tricky if her boyfriend pays for everything, but you may see some deposits that aren't supposed to be there if he's giving her money for rent or bills.
9 The author in sympathizes with them the destiny, pays attention to their life some at the same time, also has made the deep level exploration for them liberation path.
10 Gold's main drawback is that it pays neither a dividend, like a share, nor a coupon, like a bond, nor a rent, like property.
11 Well, the first — each payment we'll call a coupon — so it pays one pound one year from now.
12 Every professional athlete owes a debt of gratitude to the fans and management, and pays an installment every time he plays.
13 John always pays cash down for anything he buys.
14 Hard work pays off much more than cheating because you actually get long-term benefits from it.
15 It is the price he pays for cowardice.
16 Most of what remains pays their rent for a trailer in Watsonville, just outside Steinbeck’s home town of Salinas.
17 But I have found that it pays to generate those events from my application, without a parser.
18 consumer pays these incremental fees because they are sucked into the game," he says.
19 thoughtfulness, empathy and love of this convenience store manager demonstrates vividly that people remember more how much an employer CARES than how much the employer pays.
20 pays out 20 percent of his salary for his one-bedroom apartment, the floor dotted with cigarette butts.
21 traditional financial fund pays into the Treasury and appropriates the way, is through levies the institution and the budget unit set up the multiple account dispersers to carry on.
22 At the peaks it certainly pays to head in the opposite direction from the masses.
23 in the gym pays off when one must don a formal gown for a charity gala.
24 The biggest attraction of the public sector is that, for women with the same qualifications and skills, it almost always pays better than does private industry.
25 no one pays my bills while I do it.
26 Now we only have the Metro if everyone pays," Johnson says.
27 Who actually pays you to do this?
28 Each month, she pays $828 rent for their two-bedroom apartment, then decides whether the family has money left over for soap.
29 Who pays for local news?
30 Yet, in reality, evil often prospers and never pays the price.