You have no vested interest to be imperilled by anything that I do.'
For the clergy, it turned out, in those days had a vested interest in beer.
You respect her because she is permanent, as you respect a vested interest.'
When I hear these people talking I always hear some organized or vested interest chirp or quack, as it does in the newspapers.
A word must also be said about the opposition to reform of the vested interest of the classical and coercive schoolmaster.
The police who had purchased their promotion in this fashion naturally felt that they had a vested interest in their posts.
Hungry and with a vested interest in the loaf on my arm, I was not over punctilious in details of the moral law.
Unfortunately, as so often happens, it was on the side of property and vested interest rather than on that of the oppressed.
They live upon the vice of the day, and have a vested interest in its crimes.
Some simple phonetic artifice might defend your verses from barbarous mishandling, and yet not injure any vested interest.