EARN


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EARNEuropean Academic Research Network
EARNEarned Assets Resource Network
EARNEuro Area Reference Note
EARNExecutive Advancement Resource Network
EARNEmployee Assistance Referral Network (US Department of Labor)
EARNEuropean Applied Research Network
EARNEmployment Advancement Retention Network (Pennsylvania)
EARNEuropean Audiotex Regulators Network
EARNEast African RBM (Roll Back Malaria) Network
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I'm sure I don't know exactly what you CAN do to earn money, but if your uncle and I are able to support you we will do it willingly, and send you to school.
Van Weyden, for the present at any rate, earns his salty grub by assisting me.
Crimsworth has set me; I can earn my wages conscientiously, and those wages are sufficient to enable me to live.
The sixty-five dollars I could earn regularly every month was a terrible temptation.
'"It is a pot of money; but is it a sin for a labouring man that moistens every crust of bread he earns, with his tears--or if not with them, with the colds he catches in his head--is it a sin for that man to earn it?
'Just think,' said he, 'when I asked him how he was going to earn his bread, he actually wanted to learn to shudder.' 'If that be all,' replied the sexton, 'he can learn that with me.
You're more likely to earn your living as a bonne a tout faire than as a painter.
Not alone had those eight months earned him enough money to stay on land for many weeks, but they had enabled him to do a great deal of studying and reading.
He has reduced himself to poverty, and intends to go to sea again to earn a living."
Having been challenged by the blacksmith, in a spirit of banter, to attempt the breaking of a certain incorrigible colt, he succeeded so signally as to earn quite a reputation as a horse-breaker.
I confess, whether beautiful or plain,--not too plain,--women who earn their own living have a peculiar attraction for me.
It is my own crust of bread that I eat; and though that crust is but a poor one, and sometimes actually a maggoty one, it has at least been EARNED, and therefore, is being put to a right and lawful use.