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1 She denies obtaining a pecuniary advantage by deception.
2 He was trying to get a pecuniary advantage for himself.
3 It need not be a pecuniary advantage.
4 Crimes of pecuniary indecency have become standard corporate conduct.
5 Professional and pecuniary plans meet with success so long as you know what you're aiming for and don't let others undermine you.
6 Along with the carrot of pecuniary reward must go the stick of personal economic disaster.
7 Blackburn J. has held that any pecuniary interest, however small,(www.Sentencedict.com) will be sufficient.
8 The two charges of conspiracy and obtaining pecuniary advantage against Turpin had been dropped.
9 Accordingly, the way in which past pecuniary loss is calculated will not be dealt with here.
10 The plaintiffs' loss of business was pecuniary or economic damage.
11 If the judge has a pecuniary interest in the outcome of a case then he is absolutely barred from hearing it.
12 Their pecuniary interests were probably greater than their antiquarian ones, and their errors were written up by the historian.
13 The reason for breaking our vows were pecuniary and made financial sense.
14 The accused was charged with obtaining a pecuniary advantage by deception.
15 There is no definition of pecuniary interest in the legislation.
16 The existence of technological spillovers and positive pecuniary externalities create incentives to make such ventures as inclusive as possible.
17 Why not make a pecuniary sacrifice?
18 She seemed averse to being under pecuniary obligations.
19 While on this topic, it is convenient to anticipate part of the next chapter where future pecuniary loss is considered.
20 And he was right in attributing importance to ideas as opposed to the simple influence of pecuniary vested intereSt.
21 This was frequently denounced by critics of the democracy on the grounds that it introduced a pecuniary motive.
22 The charge should be attempted theft or obtaining a pecuniary advantage by deception.
23 By that misrepresentation the accused obtained both property and a pecuniary advantage.
24 This would involve interpreting loss in terms other than pecuniary, for example, in terms of loss of reputation or market standing.
25 The conservative is led by disposition, not unmixed with pecuniary self-interest, to adhere to the familiar and the established.
26 No sooner did she set eyes on the gentleman than she recognised his pecuniary position to be merely temporary.
27 It is therefore of importance to establish what will constitute a pecuniary interest.
28 Not only does the white flocculus in honey suckle drinks level down their own qualities but bring about the pecuniary losses for enterprises.
29 BGB enacted the system of compensation for non - pecuniary damage for the first time.
30 Totally, there is a trend that the scope of indemnified non - pecuniary damages have gradually expanded.
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