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thereafter forever felt indebted to the producer for giving her her lucky break
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If anything, America acts as though black and indigenous people are indebted.
Locked out of grants or low-interests loans, Caribbean nations are forced to borrow at high-interest commercial rates, which Browne said his already deeply indebted nation has been forced to do after Irma struck.
Shell had been one of the most indebted oil companies in the world (although well behind Petrobras), and its third-quarter total debt fell to $67.7 billion, down from $77 billion a year earlier.
Indian businesses have plenty of spare capacity and many are still over-indebted.
All three have obvious genre elements; Scott’s 1982 sci-fi film was heavily, deliberately indebted to film noir, leaning into that genre’s grim, adult aspects.
This was a man indebted to the Kremlin, in hock to a Putin ally, dogged by deep secrets that opened him to potential blackmail.
During a news conference later Monday, Rosselló said mutual aid was not brought in earlier because the indebted power authority was given the option of going with the Army Corps with a 100 percent cost-sharing plan.
Venezuela became heavily indebted by borrowing in the early 2000s under the leadership of Hugo Chávez, the country’s former president, who used the money to fund Socialist programs.
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First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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