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Also, it is a great payment method for consumers who want to prepay for services.
She had prepaid for it with a mortuary in Hawaii, and — a mortuary that was owned by a very large corporation.
Medicare prepaid $157 million this year, as well — effectively providing an interest-free loan, but one that must be paid back starting this spring unless the terms are changed.
He still refused to accept the message and as the boys were without money it was impossible for them to prepay it.
I hear that in Montreal it was found necessary to use cent stamps to prepay the half cent rate.
Now the knaves are careful to caution their correspondents to send money by express, and to prepay the charges.
We were forced to prepay our guide and his father too, and he went but one day, although he promised to go with us to Katema.
We furnish all materials free of charge, paper, etc., and prepay all costs of delivery to your home.
Dick wrote his telegram, and he took the precaution to give Toots the money to prepay it.
The label stamps, which prepay letters, are convenient to all classes.

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