A strip of scarlet cloth, a bearskin, twenty cartridges, and Kiche, went to pay the debt.
ht by force to discharge his debts.
I've come to your lair because you, my friends, owe me a great debt."
In January 2001, the Paris Club agreed to reduce Cameroon's debt of $1.3 billion by $900 million; debt relief now totals $1.26 billion.
For verily I fear lest the Achaians repay their debt of yesterday, since by the ships there tarrieth a man insatiate of war, and never, methinks, will he wholly stand aloof from battle."
They have contracted debts, with a view of attaching what is called the monied interest of a Nation to their support; but the example in France shows that the permanent security of the creditor is in the Nation, and not in the Government; and that in all possible revolutions that may happen in Governments, the means are always with the Nation, and the Nation always in existence.
I know that she dealt mercifully, and from her heart forgave herdebtors their debts; do Thou also forgive her debts, whatever shemay have contracted in so many years, since the water of salvation.
The plebeians were suffering severely from the after-war usury and profiteering of the patricians, and were incurring heavy debts in rebuilding and restocking their farms.
Current concerns include an unsustainable foreign debt, high unemployment, growing involvement in the South American drug trade, growing urban crime, and increasing incidences of HIV/AIDS.
In December 2000, Gabon signed a new agreement with the Paris Club to reschedule its official debt.
'No, no,' he replied, coolly; 'you'll leave sufficient behind to cover your debts, if you fail to return: I'm not in such a hurry.
Mrs. Shelby, with characteristic energy, applied herself to the work of straightening the entangled web of affairs; and she and George were for some time occupied with collecting and examining accounts, selling property and settling debts; for Mrs. Shelby was determined that everything should be brought into tangible and recognizable shape, let the consequences to her prove what they might.
Over the years, it has had difficulty servicing its external debt and has relied heavily on concessional aid and debt rescheduling.
Hungary issues investment-grade sovereign debt.
Man is so far from perfect, that a writer who, apparently sustained the thesis that the almost universal disposition, against which we all have to fortify ourselves, to repudiate debts, misbehave sexually, and evade the toil and expenses of education for ourselves and others, is not after all a delinquency, but a fine display of Natural Virtue, was bound to have a large following in every class that could read him.
In March 2007, the Inter-American Development Bank, Guyana's principal donor, canceled Guyana's nearly $470 million debt, equivalent to nearly 48% of GDP.
The government is juggling a sizable external debt against the urgent need for expanded public investment.
The debts which are due, either for extraordinary services, or for services either not provided for, or not paid at the time when they are performed; part of the extraordinaries of the army, navy, and ordnance, the arrears of subsidies to foreign princes, those of seamen's wages, &c. usually constitute a debt of the first kind.
In the 1980s and 1990s, the country lived beyond its means, maintaining a bloated public service and accumulating a large foreign debt.
He slandered himin society, injured him, calumniated him, bought up his unpaid debtsto get him thrown into prison.
Want of parsimony during peace imposes a necessity of contracting debts, to carry on a war, 386.
He has but increased the debt!"
Algeria has decreased its external debt to less than 10% of GDP after repaying its Paris Club and London Club debt in 2006.
Fiscal year: 1 July - 30 June Public debt: 15.6% of GDP note: the Commonwealth government eliminated its net debt in 2006, but continues a gross debt issue to support the market for risk-free securities (2007 est.)
She besought the young fellows never, never to touch a box; and when young Green, of the Rifles, lost a very considerable sum of money, Rebecca passed a whole night in tears, as the servant told the unfortunate young gentleman, and actually went on her knees to her husband to beseech him to remit the debt, and burn the acknowledgement.
Over the past several years, Russia has used its stabilization fund based on oil taxes to prepay all Soviet-era sovereign debt to Paris Club creditors and the IMF.
Maybe the World does--in any case, it seems to acknowledge the debt and pay up.
You know the debts your brother left when he ran away.
And he cursed his past follies and extravagances, and bemoaned his vast outlying debts above all, which must remain for ever as obstacles to prevent his wife's advancement in the world.
James, then a hobbadehoy, was now become a young man, having had the benefits of a university education, and acquired the inestimable polish which is gained by living in a fast set at a small college, and contracting debts, and being rusticated, and being plucked.
No, not even the nurse was paid--the Crawleys were in too great a hurry to remember their trifling debt to her.
At this, the wretch offered to buy me and the children of Henry, to clear off his gambling debts, which stood in the way of his marrying as he wished;—and he sold us.
Passing over the two bubbles of the Dutch business and the million a-year to sink the national debt, the matter which most presents itself, is the affair of the Regency.
Simonides, then, after the manner of poets, would seem to have spoken darkly of the nature of justice; for he really meant to say that justice is the giving to each man what is proper to him, and this he termed a debt.
By all means, he said, tell us about the child, and you shall remain in our debt for the account of the parent.
“Spirits,” said he, “who as they go, perchance, Their debt of duty pay.”
That is what perplexes my mind; but I have just formed my resolution: I will go immediately and satisfy my creditors, and recover my debts, and when I have secured my property, will retire to Bussorah, and stay till the storm, that I foresee, is blown over.
Debt - external: This entry gives the total public and private debt owed to nonresidents repayable in foreign currency, goods, or services.
Do not,” said he, “accustom yourself to consider debt only as an inconvenience; you will find it a calamity.
In his First Book he sets down to account all the debts due to his kinsfolk and teachers.
At efening I shall gif a little lesson with much gladness, for look you, Mees Marsch, I haf this debt to pay."
When our sins aggrieve us, Jesus will receive us, All our debt He paid.
I would appreciate it if you could retire your debt to me as soon as possible—I wish no link to you in any way.
"The money is not wanted for racing debts at all," he said.
To business men it means debts whose accumulation they are powerless to avoid.
It was enacted, that the resolution of two-thirds of these creditors in number and value should bind the rest, both with regard to the time which should be allowed to the company for the payment of their debts, and with regard to any other agreement which it might be thought proper to make with them concerning those debts.
In order to satisfy the people, the rich and the great were, upon several different occasions, obliged to consent to laws, both for abolishing debts, and for introducing new tables; and they probably were induced to consent to this law, partly for the same reason, and partly that, by liberating the public revenue, they might restore vigour to that government, of which they themselves had the principal direction.
By combining the three Roman operations into one, a debt of a hundred and twenty-eight millions of our present money, might in this manner be reduced all at once to a debt of L.5,333,333 : 6 : 8.
I owe nothing to my brothers, nor do I gather debts from them.
Then, tho' it should be true, he had left many debts, which his successor might be call'd upon to pay.