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Every dish was driven by an impulse to reap and share the store’s best offerings, and the anticipation of sharing everything created an appetite we hadn’t felt in months.
Banks and their prime customers reap the rewards from the “subprime” customers, a system which often forces the latter out of the banking system in frustration.
The private equity board members focused on profits — and wasted little time in beginning to reap returns.
In fact, weather models signal a wetter summer compared with the previous season, when Brazil reaped a record crop.
These channels not only allow the cable TV conglomerate to reap new revenue from its library of owned programming, but also they provide an opportunity to expand its audience and advertising beyond the people who pay to watch its linear networks.
Google is also starting to reap the benefits of its local inventory feeds, which Amazon doesn’t have.
SEO is a little bit different because it can take months to reap the benefits.
Many, like himself, surged in the second and third phases of life, the times focused on building up the skills of a career and then reaping the benefits.
By using purpose-built databases for specific business tasks, organizations are reaping the value of their huge and constantly growing data volumes.
“My concern is the city will get one big giant cash upfront payment and the next thing you know, the money disappears into the general fund and we never reap the benefits in neighborhoods,” Sherman said.


Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.