The cybercrime organization can access virtually ‘unlimited’ proceeds.
For example, she writes: [s]he [Lara Friedman] proceeds to question if Jews were ‘refugees’ at all—a ‘degrading’ term.
But the bulk of the proceeds, he says, goes to animal-rescue charities and pet adoption centers.
proceeds from mining should fund social projects such as schools and hospitals.
Organizers were charging admission to the event, with all proceeds benefitting the Tea Party group.
The priest then proceeds to the question of what virtue and duty are.
I afterward sold their horse, and sent them the balance of the proceeds.
Little shoeless feet were covered with the proceeds of this; a little medicine, or a warmer shawl was bought with that.
He had excited her attention, he now proceeds to address her conscience.
This often proceeds from too large a portion of flour, and too small an allowance of butter and eggs.
"results, profits," 1660s, from proceed (v.) on the notion of "that which proceeds" from some event or activity.
late 14c., "to go on," also "to emanate from, result from," from Old French proceder (13c., Modern French procéder) and directly from Latin procedere (past participle processus) "go before, go forward, advance, make progress; come forward," from pro- "forward" (see pro-) + cedere "to go" (see cede). Related: Proceeded; proceeding.