1US(share)tajada feminine informalparte feminine
- The majority of our long-term return comes from reinvesting divvies and if we don't, our investments will grow far more slowly than we imagine.
- Getting shot of this grocery chain is a sensible strategic decision, especially as the proceeds will help support the all-important divi.
- I got a full seven-day divi on her, and have day traded since then.
- The new store will also see the introduction of the famous Co-op divi, through which customers can earn cash back on all their shopping.
- Loyalty cards, just like the old Green Shield stamps and the co-op divi are understandable but why, oh why, are these stores issuing credit and debit cards?
- On the subject of portfolio divvies, isn't it about time they cast a patronising glance towards one of the least favoured counties in the land?
- The high divis might reflect good cash flows and management confidence about the future.
- Investing through an individual savings account ensures that any profits and divis you earn will be tax-free.
- When she died it was only natural that the Co-op would arrange the funeral, although I don't think we got any of her divi back.
- The Co-op said the new divi would draw in the current loyalty card system and pay members twice yearly out of the group's profits.
transitive verbdivvied, divvies, divvying
- He'll have a say in turnaround strategies and in how the assets are divvied up.
- Its five songs are divvied up in several, nearly indistinguishable movements, but the album moves wholly, as a gross, plodding, overstuffed mass.
- As more exporters enter the market Australian companies are divvying up the pie into increasingly smaller shares.
- When you're not in the business of earning money but divvying it up, you don't need workers, you need servants and family.
- The rest was divvied up between 22,000 Alberta producers, who received an average payment of about $18,000 each.
- Arguments over final salaries and divvying up the remaining assets became painfully contentious.
- As early as next year, the Canadian share of the quota could be officially divvied up for the first time.
- When he turned around, they were divvying up the pile they'd accrued.
- Should marital misconduct be taken into account when divvying up marital assets?
- In the end, more than $50 million went to pay lawyers, while hundreds of thousands of passengers divvied up about $400 million in travel vouchers.
- NASA Centers and managers are now divvied up by a focus on science, exploration systems, space operations and aeronautics research.
- Since that day, all the acreage around their place has been divvied up into little parcels that sprouted split-levels, fake brick fronts and emerald chem-lawn.
- Both of these envisage a pot of compensation money and a mechanism for divvying it up, permitting the free exchange of artistic goods.
- All the other information could have then been divvied up among bonuses, appendixes, and supplements.
- Mom toiled until dawn divvying up her worldly goods, because, ‘you never know.’
- The seller pays 6% of purchase price (taken out of proceeds at closing) which is divvied up between the two realtors.
- Questions were raised as to why that would be the case, and it all comes down to the allocation and how that will be divvied up.
- Some discussions to have beforehand should include finances, habits, bedtime, room assignments, babysitters, and divvying up duties.
- About one-third of gate receipts is divvied up evenly; the other two-thirds goes to the home teams.
- The subscription creates a digital pool which is then divvied up and returned to the rights holders.