Pay on the nail - If you pay on the nail, you pay promptly in cash.
Pay peanuts - If some is paid peanuts, their salary is very low.
Pay the piper - When you pay the piper, you have to accept the consequences of something that you have done wrong or badly.
Pay through the nose - If you pay through the nose for something, you pay a very high price for it.
Pay your dues - If you have paid your dues, you have had your own struggles and earned your place or position.
Rob Peter to pay Paul - If you rob Peter to pay Paul, you try to solve one problem, but create another in doing so, often through short-term planning.
You get what you pay for - Something that is very low in price is not usually of very good quality.
You may eat first and pay afterwards, or you may pay first and eat afterwards.
"Dollars and Sense" by Col. Wm. C. Hunter
I remained some time endeavouring to collect my baggage, pretending to pay no attention whatever to the absurd oratory.
"Across Unknown South America" by Arnold Henry Savage Landor
He has no board to pay, and sometimes I haven't money to pay mine.
"Chester Rand" by Horatio Alger, Jr
Annie is the fastest packer in the room and draws the most pay.
"Working With the Working Woman" by Cornelia Stratton Parker
The managers of these stores say that this training pays both the store and its staff of employees.
"The Canadian Girl at Work" by Marjory MacMurchy
I can pay for all I buy.
"Twenty Years of Hus'ling" by J. P. Johnston
Come time to pay rent, 'What you waiting for me to pay rent for?
"Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States from Interviews with Former Slaves, Arkansas Narratives, Part 4" by Work Projects Administration
It would pay her much better than sewing, and the children would be companions for Rose.
"Rufus and Rose" by Horatio Alger, Jr
If you won't pay for peace, what will you pay for?
"The Creators" by May Sinclair
The regulated disposal of full-pay, unattached, retired, and half-pay commissions in the army.
"The Sailor's Word-Book" by William Henry Smyth
He that pays last ne'er pays twice.
"The Proverbs of Scotland" by Alexander Hislop
The audience didn't pay them!
"The Bill-Toppers" by Andre Castaigne
Addicks refused to pay.
"Frenzied Finance" by Thomas W. Lawson
All the others shall receive the pay that they received before, and fifteen gantas of cleaned rice per month, besides their pay.
"The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898" by Various
If I don't pay on Bridget, I don't see why I should pay on the gas.
"The Cheerful Smugglers" by Ellis Parker Butler
Why should you not pay for the extra risk we run in getting them?
"El Diablo" by Brayton Norton
Every penny I pay you will be deducted from the little legacy I leave you at my death.
"The Scarlet Feather" by Houghton Townley
They've got to pay $750 for every day that we run over that date.
"Calumet 'K'" by Samuel Merwin
Dey pays us for workin' but it ain't much pay, 'cause de war done took dere money and all.
"Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves" by Work Projects Administration
I have to pay all family charges just the same as ever.
"The Landleaguers" by Anthony Trollope
Till in the screw shaft's stifling dark,
With spent and grasping breath
The U-boat's captain turned at last
To pay his dues to death . . .
"The Ballad Of The Dinkinbar" by Cicely Fox Smith
And what from Memory's stores can rise
That will for care and study pay?
Unless upon that store relies
The Hope that heav'nward wings her way?
"Hope And Memory" by Joanna Baillie
I cannot pay my debt
For all the love that she has given;
But Thou, love's Lord, wilt not forget
Her due reward,—bless her in earth and heaven.
"A Prayer for a Mother's Birthday" by Henry Van Dyke
Who knows the wonders of thy ways?
Who shall fulfil thy boundless praise?
Blest are the souls that fear thee still,
And pay their duty to thy will.
"Psalm 106 part 1" by Isaac Watts
Yes, yes, I could have loved, as one
Who, while his youth's enchantments fall,
Finds something dear to rest upon,
Which pays him for the loss of all.
"Why I Loved You" by Thomas Moore
The eternal gifts of Christ the King,
The Apostles' glorious deeds, we sing;
And while due hymns of praise we pay,
Our thankful hearts cast grief away.
"The Eternal Gifts of Christ the King" by Augusta Treverorum
New research suggests that knowing how your pay compares to your colleagues' pay may make workers more productive.
Is paying more attention to e-commerce and it's paying off in sales growth, especially in the just-completed third quarter.
Last year, the Legislature also tapped into their take-home pay by deducting 3percent to pay the annual contribution to the Florida Retirement System.
While public employees contribute portions of their pay to fund their retirement benefits, his proposed schedule would be long enough to allow all generations of employees to equally help pay the unfunded liabilities .
Amy Kiel, a co-owner of Hogie Joe's in Thomson, said paying 12 cents per transaction would be a big drop from what she's paying right now.
Maricopa County to pay $45M in hospital pay dispute.
If the contract is approved with a merit-pay provision, Newark would join a number of districts and states tying pay to performance.
"The hardest part was paying" for such services, Ms Iorns said, because universities often don't have a protocol for how to pay for outsourced research.
Men crowd into high- paying fields like engineering, while women dominate lower- paying fields like education and social service.
A tax- paying citizen should be given equal consideration when complying with FAA-required regulations, and not have to pay for the services required by the regulations set forth by the FAA.
Pay the Farmer or Pay the Doctor.
Tuesday is Equal Pay Day across America, a day recognizing an ongoing wage gap among men and women in the US, and Utah has the 3rd largest pay disparity in the country.
No matter how much we gripe about how much we have to pay, we still have to pay.
The rate you pay your internal employees should not be the rate you expect to pay your staffing provider for a similar position, writes S.
Described as a "quick and seamless" payment system, Pay With Square allows customers to pay simply by giving their names.
As we discussed, the realization of the model we propose is not trivial as we pays the price represented by the use of 2N ﬁeld modes to replace the quantum walker (that belongs to a Hilbert space of dimension N ).
Simulation of quantum random walks using interference of classical field
This is the optimal tool to analyze e.g. momentum conservation, but the price to pay is that the dual decomposition of x-space gives rise to anisotropic parallelepipeds which change as the sector changes.
Random Matrices and the Anderson Model
Then the factor to pay following (3.71) is ea2 /c with a = λ−1M −j and the covariance c for the zero momentum coeﬃcient is M −2j .
Random Matrices and the Anderson Model
To do this, we will pay attention to the algebraic structure of K ∗ (Tn ).
$C^\ast$-algebras from Anzai flows and their $K$-groups
We pay our attention to tails in the small η and large ξ limit.
Effects of Randomness on Power Law Tails in Multiplicatively Interacting Stochastic Processes
As a brief remark we like to pay attention to the algebra given by the relation xy + q [x, y ]2yx = 1 with q 6= 0.
Noncommutative plane curves
We therefore perform the numerical simulations of the model on random graphs of coordination z . A random graph of N sites has no surface, but the price we pay is that it has some loops.
Hysteresis in Ferromagnetic Random Field Ising Model with an Arbitrary Initial State
Y (z ) units at any time he/she visits the site z , then Zn is the total amount he/she pays by time n − 1.
Annealed deviations of random walk in random scenery
Again, as with matroids, there are two special kinds of elements that we need to pay special attention to when we perform deletion and contraction.
Semimatroids and their Tutte polynomials
The main attention we pay to the octahedrons.
A simple proof of associativity and commutativity of LR-coefficients (or the hive ring)
If a random walker pays Yz units at any time he/she visits the site z , then Zn is the total amount he/she pays by time n − 1.
Deviations of a random walk in a random scenery with stretched exponential tails
The price to pay is that not too large systems can then be diagonalized.
Scaling of Entanglement Entropy in the Random Singlet Phase
While it would be presumptuous to compare those results with the current analysis, it does show that it is important to pay attention to the global conclusion that is forced upon us by the data.
Halo Mass Profiles and Low Surface Brightness Galaxies Rotation Curves
In the latter framework, we pay particular attention to random environments (REs).
Recurrence for persistent random walks in two dimensions
Again we have to make use of (5.40) and we have to pay attention to the third term.
Basics of M-Theory