Search Results for done-for-a-dime

Brother Can You Spare a Dime Once I built a building I made it stand real tall I made it make shadows on the sand Once I built a building I made it stand real tall Now it's done Brother can you spare a dime Brother can you spare a dime ...

Author: One Girl Inc

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781462082926

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 657

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LYRICS FOR ALL TIMES. TIME REVEALS / TIME HEALS Being is best felt in a song.
2012-03 By One Girl Inc

Q. You did hear that Welsh had done that ? -A . I did hear that . ... —A . I do not know whether it was or not . ... A . I did not do anything wrong in connection with that matter , and I did not make a dime by it .



ISBN: BSB:BSB11354497


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1877 By

But I can tell you , small as it may seem to you , there is a great deal of good eating in one dime . " " So there is what a pity everybody don't know it ! What a world of good might be done with a dime ! " Reader , have you got a dime ...

Author: Edmund Morris



Category: Agriculture

Page: 360

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1871 By Edmund Morris

They don't give promise yet as being balanced communities , because it is natural for people to do the easy things first . ... It would be wonderful if Government didn't have to give a dime . But how do we do it ? a FEDERAL AID FOR NEW ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Government Operations. Subcommittee on Executive Reorganization


ISBN: MINN:31951D02130669Q

Category: Economic assistance, Domestic


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Do you see how the mouth of my nectar - sac is almost hidden by tufts of hair ? ... There are no pupils in the second or third year of school who do not know that 10 pennies make one dime and 10 dimes make a dollar .



ISBN: UOM:39015080227716

Category: Education

Page: 1302

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1896 By

Then made up a bunch of excuses as to why he wasn't going to pay for the work that was done. He said his friend was going to do ... When Cad took over the house, he never made a dime because he let his friends live there for free.

Author: Scott Bolinger

Publisher: Scott Bolinger


Category: Humor

Page: 274

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Introduction This book was started based on my fight against a corrupt government. I served on a community board and ran for several public offices. The local city government and city council did not like my campaigns so I became a political target. I took a lot of heat from the local government for several years with them interfering with my business and my everyday life. I had to put up with their misinformation and defamatory campaigns. After a couple of years of being attacked regularly, I decided that I should start recording every encounter. A couple of encounters is not a big deal. 50 encounters start to become a big deal. So I started collecting all documents to prepare for a possible suit against the city. After several years of taking heat and the government's refusal to let up, I figure they were not going to go away. The local government made me a political target which destroyed both my reputation and business. I had put up with the city creating misinformation about me and my business. I was harassed, segregated, and ostracized and they put me in a position that forced me to consider packing up and moving out of town or to fight back. This book goes through many of the battles I went through. It also goes through many of the policies that I have sent to local, state, and federal lawmakers to help promote change. I also go through several research analyses that I had conducted. I hope that this book will help serve as inspiration for people to keep fighting and if that doesn’t work, then fight smart.
2021-10-14 By Scott Bolinger

BEGINNING OF A BUILDING FUND . to 1 , ” until all at once a dime rolled up , ( A Story of the Stories . ) ... I also dimes came the explanation of the idea : gone before , happy in having done its best . bought candy and some plants which ...



ISBN: WISC:89092859842



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1896 By

Ask someone to mark a dime and then push it into the fruit and a second spectator to mark it by thrusting the prongs of a fork into the pulp. As he does this hold the fruit in your right hand in such a way that the marks must be made in ...

Author: Jean Hugard

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

ISBN: 9781434498618

Category: Games & Activities

Page: 64

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Christopher Milbourne presents a selection of classic magic tricks originally published over the course of 50 years in "The Sphinx," the most famous magazine for magicians.
2008-02-01 By Jean Hugard

done. a dime. Armed burglary with assault. It was his third stretch. His longest by far. All told, he'd spent more of his life in prison than out. Not a surprising or uncommon stat in his crowd. In his world. He's been out a year now.

Author: Jonathan Stone

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781538733233

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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Read this "high-octane thriller" that "calls to mind...Jeffery Deaver and Alfred Hitchcock" and questions everything that you have ever saved on your phone (Mystery Scene Magazine). In a crowded coffee shop, Zack Yellin swaps identical-looking cell phones with the businessman next to him. It's an honest mistake-and a deadly one. Because the "businessman" is actually a professional-and highly volatile-hit man named Joey Richter, and his phone is filled with bombshell evidence. If Zack takes Joey's phone to the police, will they believe his swapped cell phone story? Would they even be able to protect him? Because the hit man now has Zack's phone with the phone numbers and addresses of Zack's new girlfriend Emily, his best friend Steve, and all the texts and information from Zack's life. Whether Zack keeps the phone or ditches it, Joey will kill him for what he now knows. In cat-and-mouse twists, turns, and continually mounting terror, one thing is clear: Zack is next on the hit man's list.
2020-04-14 By Jonathan Stone

Now , when you say , whether you can afford it or not it should be done , you should start today , that implies some consequences . The evidence is that the people up to now do not respond to a dime ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary


ISBN: LOC:00141340414

Category: Copyright

Page: 538

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