The fee could be paid in annual installments, which was a desirable option for the town's poor.
The cost of those aids probably is much less than maintaining armies and defense installments in that area.
We wrote by turns, in weekly installments, the way people used to read serial fiction.
If you've seen the previous seven installments, nothing will stop you from seeing the eighth.
Because she was always short of money, she paid in installments.
The money would be paid in installments to the employee's student-loan provider after each year of service was completed.
While this first one is going to be fairly general, future installments will focus on a specific domain.
The letter acknowledges the mistake and requests repayment, offering to stagger my payments in three installments.
Yes, the first few installments of the opening season were slow, but the investment is paying off.
The report's findings will be no great surprise to anyone who has read the previous installments.
Word Origin and History for installments
"act of installing," 1589, from install. Meaning "arrangement of payment by fixed portions at fixed times" is from 1732, alteration of Anglo-Norm. estaler "fix payments," from O.Fr. estal "fixed position," from O.H.G. stal "standing place." Fig. sense of "part of a whole produced in advance of the rest" is from 1823.