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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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So, if you're looking to maximize your bounties, focus on quality over quantity.
For example, the export bounties for the 1708-9 fishing season did not amount to more than 500 [pounds sterling].
But he concedes that restricting bounties to cases in which regulators win penalty judgments in excess of $1 million will reduce the incidence of frivolous cases.
You will be much better off playing suited connectors in position against any of the bounties and, if you're lucky enough to hit a big draw on the flop, then push the bounties and hope that they've a big pocket pair.
Luton went on to take three more bounties by defeating Welsh once (7-4) and Frisby twice (7-6 and 7-5).
No less than Duterte, who handpicked De la Rosa as the next PNP chief, have also announced bounties for the capture and even killing of drug lords.
Dela Rosa earlier claimed that the bounties were offered by drug lords incarcerated in the New Bilibid Prison.
The huge bounties placed on the heads of foreign jihadis have helped to burnish their reputations as world-class terrorists, perhaps out of proportion to their actual roles.