financially rewarding

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  • This new route while financially rewarding proved to be difficult and Aubry only made the trip one more time.
  • During the 1920s, signing for a rugby league club was more financially rewarding.
  • Most organizations have many projects that could potentially be financially rewarding.
  • It is widely considered to be financially rewarding and is also valued by the society.
  • This proved to be very helpful for Croatia's inhabitants who found working in foreign countries more financially rewarding.
  • However, his early work was not financially rewarding.
  • It was said that he rejected many good plays in favour of those which were more financially rewarding and ran the theatre into the ground as a creative force.
  • His first visit to Las Vegas was so financially rewarding and so much fun, that he literally never left.
  • The OPG reported that the project will be financially rewarding despite being completed four years later than planned and about $500M over its originally estimated cost.
  • A benefit season is a method of financially rewarding professional cricketers that is used by English county cricket teams to compensate long serving players.
  • This was a powerful and financially rewarding position in that it supervised elections and chose the grand jurors who set the county tax rate.
  • The trustees of his will carried out his wishes to prolong human life by financially rewarding those with long-lived grandparents, who married each other and had children.
  • The contract comes into effect for the 2008-09 season and is the most financially rewarding in the club's history.
  • The prose, to which she was driven by domestic necessities, was the most successful and financially rewarding of her literary productions.
  • Hadley has revealed that his solo career has been more financially rewarding than his period at the top of the charts with Spandau Ballet.
  • After several years, however, he got bored chasing after criminals and considered to leave the government to pursue a more financially rewarding jobs in the private sector.
  • Interestingly, farming is the most financially rewarding business model in Capitalism, usually creating millions of dollars in annual profit.
  • Bob Denard seemed interested in remaining in Comoros, and he and his friends were given financially rewarding appointments with the new government.
  • He based his decision upon two main criteria - playing club cricket was more financially rewarding, and he was worried about having to bowl too much in first-class county cricket, and suffering from burnout.
  • It did so by propagandizing the opinion that every educated woman should "present at least one child to socialism" and also by financially rewarding its more educated citizen to become parents.
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