Somali pirates cost the world economy a lot more than just the bounty they steal.
A bounty hunter told AFP that the suspected Texan could very well be Everett Livvix of Robinson, Illinois.
The bounty rule, said Goodell, compromises “competitive integrity.”
Underlining the importance of togetherness, taste, and the relationship between humans and the bounty of nature.
The Ping-Pong stadium was a tiny isolated bubble of bounty in the middle of a country shocked into silence.
This bounty to continue for the first twelve years of the law.
If I succeed in this I shall doubtless be able to seize more of His bounty.
Consider that toward one's friends the mind sends forth thoughts that are almoners of bounty and angels of mercy.
He was the complete idler, living on his Uncle's bounty, and making no return for it.
The Indians alone appreciate this portion of Nature's bounty and celebrate the harvest home with dancing and feasting.
mid-13c., "generosity," from Old French bonte "goodness" (12c., Modern French bonté), from Latin bonitatem (nominative bonitas) "goodness," from bonus "good" (see bene-). Sense of "gift bestowed by a sovereign or the state" led to extended senses of "gratuity to a military recruit" (1702) and "reward for killing or taking a criminal or enemy" (1764).
I do ... promise, that there shall be paid ... the following several and respective premiums and Bounties for the prisoners and Scalps of the Enemy Indians that shall be taken or killed .... ["Papers of the Governor of Pennsylvania," 1764]