[with obj.]the incentive to dredge and widen the river.
Money is still a major incentive to most people.
It’s the biggest financial incentive ever dangled before British footballers.
[no obj.]an incentive for regions to split away from countries.
Add harmonic work environment,favourable enterprise culture,doubtless to upraise incentive action for enterprise employee .
You have to help absorb Shmoo bubble and the collection of incentives to pass.
Low levels of profitability mean there is a lack of incentive to undertake new investment.
What incentive and disincentives were used to encourage compliance with the one-child policy? Which were used more – incentives of disincentives, and why?
These unique pantyhose are extremely attractive and fashion and have the added incentive of a delicate floral motif decorating legs. Sheer, micronet legs with greater durability.
Well, some kind of discount or incentive.
He hasn't much incentive to work hard.
Which means he has incentive to lie.
And what's their incentive for taking extra risk?
Incentive for Men? - I'll take some of that.
Maybe I haven't offered you the right incentive.
$55 million is a lot of incentive. 5500
That's reaIIy incentive, honey. CouId you just go?
They don't even have the incentive.
Money is still a major incentive in most occupations.
12.Facility of pardon is an incentive to crime.
Some experts question whether the incentives were necessary at all.
But the incentives for grocers to press ahead are huge.
Are we offering any incentives to persuade them to move?
All Connolly ever was to me was incentive for you.
Taxation policy is sometimes used as incentives to attract investment.
On this, students' and colleges' incentives seem to be aligned.
Coaches do not necessarily have the incentive to graduate players.
It was too rural, too far away, didn't have much incentives.
Yet, institutions ought to devise some incentives to promote blood donation.