- 1.1 (contract) pacto (m), cláusula (f) 1.2 (financial agreement) (British English/inglés británico) acuerdo para el pago de cantidades regulares de dinero a una organización benéficaMore example sentences1.3 [Bible/Biblia] alianza (feminine)
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- The release was in consideration of ‘payments and covenants herein’.
- Meaning of the fundamental covenants and treaties were adopted by Australian governments decades ago.
- They can check if any deeds or covenants exist on neighbouring plots, which may restrict site access.
- The New Covenant permits Gentile Christians to be included in the covenant with Abraham.
- It is God, because He is faithful to His covenant with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, who has preserved the Jews.
- He made a covenant with Abraham to be God to him and to his descendants after him.
Paro is the name in Spain for both unemployment and unemployment benefit. The period for which paro can be claimed ranges from three months to a year, depending on how long a person has been working. The amount paid decreases over the period of unemployment.
- [Law/Derecho] comprometerse a pagar firmando uncovenant1 2More example sentences
- In order to qualify for relief, there must be a legal obligation to covenant the sum of money for a period in excess of six years.
- An acquaintance has said that it is possible to covenant money to your children.
- Any money it makes it covenants back to the charity - last year this was £159,000.