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  • 61rent — I. , sb. RG. 370. Fr. rente. Lat. reditus II. , sb. == stream, course. Cok. 83, AS. rent …

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  • 62rent-a- — combining form often humorous denoting availability for hire of a specified thing: rent a crowd …

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  • 63rent — rent1 noun 1》 a tenant s regular payment to a landlord for the use of property or land. 2》 a sum paid for the hire of equipment. verb pay someone for the use of. ↘let someone use (something) in return for payment. ↘N. Amer. be let or hired out at …

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  • 64rent — I. n. 1. Break, breach, separation, fissure, crack, crevice, rift, cleft, gap, opening, flaw, rupture, disrupture, disruption, fracture, laceration, dilaceration, divulsion, tear, solution of continuity. 2. Schism, separation. 3. Income, revenue… …

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  • 65rent — nuomos mokestis statusas Aprobuotas sritis buhalterinė apskaita ir finansinė atskaitomybė apibrėžtis Pagrindinių nuomos įmokų, kompensuotinų nuomos sumų ir neapibrėžtųjų nuomos mokesčių suma. atitikmenys: angl. rent šaltinis Lietuvos Respublikos… …

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  • 66rent·al — /ˈrɛntl̩/ noun, pl als 1 : the amount of money paid or collected as rent [count] usually singular The average rental is $400 per month. [noncount] thousands of dollars paid in rental …

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  • 67rent — the difference between the total revenues obtained from the fishery resource and the total costs of production …

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  • 68RENT — Rentrak Corporation (Business » NASDAQ Symbols) …

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  • 69RENT — renatus …

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  • 70rent — tern …

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  • 71RENT — abbr. RENTRAK CORP NASDAQ …

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  • 72rent — A payment made for the use of land or property usually, but not necessarily, based on a lease …

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  • 73rent — I n 1. fee, hire, price, cost; payment, dues, toll, tariff, tax; profit, return, proceeds. v 2. live in, occupy temporarily; charter, hire, farm, take; lease, let, let out, hire out, farm out, sublet, sublease, underlet, Law. demise. II n 1. slit …

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  • 74rent —   Ho olimalima …

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  • 75RENT — chem. abbr. Reentry Nose Tip …

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  • 76rent(al)s — n. one’s parents. (Teens. See also (parental) units. Also a term of address.) D I’ll have to ask my rents. □ Hey, rentals, let’s go out for dinner …

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  • 77Rent (musical) — RENT redirects here. For other uses, see Rent (disambiguation). Goodbye Love redirects here. For the 1933 film, see Goodbye Love (film). Rent Original Broadway window card Music Jonathan Larson Lyrics Jonathan Larson …

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  • 78Rent control — refers to laws or ordinances that set price controls on the renting of residential housing. It functions as a price ceiling.History of rent controls in AmericaIn the United States during World War I, rents were controlled through the efforts of… …

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  • 79Rent control in New York — refers to rent control and rent stabilization programs in New York State, USA. Each city may choose whether to participate or not, and as of 2007, 51 municipalities participated in the program, including Albany, Buffalo and most famously, New… …

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  • 80Rent arrear — Rent Rent (r[e^]nt), n. [F. rente, LL. renta, fr. L. reddita, fem. sing. or neut. pl. of redditus, p. p. of reddere to give back, pay. See {Render}.] 1. Income; revenue. See {Catel}. [Obs.] Catel had they enough and rent. Chaucer. [1913 Webster]… …

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