Yielding and paying


  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Yielding and paying (Law) the initial words of that clause in leases in which the rent to be paid by the lessee is mentioned and reserved.
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In literature:

Reluctantly Martin yielded to the claims of the grocer, paying his bill with him in full, and receiving in change a pocketful of jingling coin.
"Martin Eden" by Jack London
These unhappy mortals have yielded to temptation, have fallen, and are paying the penalty of violated law.
"The Twin Hells" by John N. Reynolds
Obedient to that, he yields up his hoarded wealth and pays tribute, a vassal to his lord.
"Gala-days" by Gail Hamilton
There is no definite promise to pay in full, and no obligation to pay more than the assessments yield.
"The Bay State Monthly, Volume 3, No. 6" by Various
Considering the size of the gardens here and the labour I pay for, the yield is far too little.
"Mary Gray" by Katharine Tynan
By the treaty of peace Carthage was obliged to pay a heavy indemnity and yield all claim to Sicily.
"A History of Sea Power" by William Oliver Stevens and Allan Westcott
They might drag along in a desultory way for weeks, but as soon as they stop yielding a paying crop we clear them out and start afresh.
"Mushrooms: how to grow them" by William Falconer
This would pay for panning and yield a rich reward.
"Panther Eye" by Roy J. Snell
And did he or the State then yield or pay the obligations.
"The Continental Monthly, Vol. 4, No. 2, August, 1863" by Various
I'll guarantee you against consequences, pay any damages, and reward you if our search yields results.
"The Bartlett Mystery" by Louis Tracy

In poetry:

"Nowe yielde thee, Arthur, and thy lands,
All forfeit unto mee;
For this is not thy paye, Sir King,
Nor may thy ransome bee."
"The Marriage of Sir Gawaine" by Anonymous British
I'm not like other farmers,
I make my farming pay;
I never go in for sentiment,
And seeing that roses yield no rent
I cut the stuff away.
"One Who Rejects Christ" by John Crowe Ransom
Had not that blood, which thrice his veins did yield,
Been better treasur'd for some glorious day:
At farthest West to paint the liquid field,
And with new Worlds his Masters love to pay?
"To A Noble Friend In His Sickness" by Sir Henry Wotton
So we fight like fiends, and of us they say
That we neither yield nor spare.
Oh, we have the bitterest debt to pay. . . .
Have we paid it? — Look — how we wear to-day
Like a trophy, gallant and proud and gay,
Our blood-red Fourragere.
"The Blood-Red Fourragere" by Robert W Service

In news:

Two days of talks and seven hours of negotiations on Thursday and Friday between the Broward school district and the teachers union yielded hope but no settlement on the issue of pay raises.
And their own way is paying off—the fund is at the top of its category over the past three years, with an impressive yield to boot.
Investors drawn to the double-digit yields from mortgage REITs and other instruments commonly overlook some major risk factors…and often wind up paying for it.
The yields Italy has to pay on its debts soared and the euro sank in response amid fears that the reforms Monti has introduced over the past year could be unpicked after the election.
And its shares pay out a 7.4% yield.
Bradley says that their 2007 trials tested the idea that disease doesn't need to be present for a fungicide to pay off and that the relatively low yield response supports a scout-and-treat approach.
MILAN – A credit downgrade that pushed Spain to within a whisker of 'junk' rating unnerved investors and forced Italy to pay a slightly higher yield at a bond auction on Thursday.
Because a large number of companies in Canada are resource oriented and pay significant dividends, many Canadian investors have come to demand yield .

In science:

Sect. 5, paying special attention to the dependence of the fluorescence light yield on atmospheric parameters, such as pressure, temperature, and humidity.
Air Fluorescence Relevant for Cosmic-Ray Detection - Summary of the 5th Fluorescence Workshop, El Escorial 2007