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Bounty

A payment a local government or a bail bondsman gives to an individual who finds, arrests and takes a fugitive to jail. A bounty helps ensure that the government or bail bondsman recovers at least part of the bail owed if a person fails to come to a court date.
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The increased bounty is for bugs that would enable a hacker
The company says Nature's Bounty Digest HB is a 100% drug free, plant-based formula containing GutGard, a clinically studied licorice ingredient for digestive support, created to help relieve occasional heartburn, sour stomach and feeling full.
To ensure the comfort of the laying hens, Bounty Farms use fans and cooling pads to cool down the facilities housing the chickens.
What can you say about Dog and Beth leaving the bounty hunting business?
Following the transaction, which is expected to close by the end of 2017, KKR will be the majority owner of Nature's Bounty.
Top participating hackers were under 20 years old, including a 17-year-old who submitted 30 valid reports and earned the largest bounty sum during the challenge window.
Pharmavite saw higher margins in the Drug channel, but Nature's Bounty had higher margins in both Mass and Food channels.
Interestingly, Bounty A placed only second to Bounty B in the Manila leg, 14-16.
On Thursday, residents along with security officials followed bounty hunters who killed one person day before Yesterday.
Panasonic Avionics Corporation has engaged with white hat hackers through bug bounty provider HackerOne to ensure the security of its inflight entertainment systems, the company said.
India has long topped the list of 127 countries whose researchers contribute to our bug bounty program.
The bounty is on any member of Al-Qaeda or Daish terrorist groups, the statement specified; another bounty of USD 25.