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Raise

An increase in one's wages or salary. A company may offer a raise for seniority, exceptional work performance or some other reason. Some raises are automatic, especially to account for the cost of living, while others must be requested or earned. In the UK, a raise is sometimes called a rise.
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As part of the commercialization initiative, the laboratory at ISU is selling frozen semen of Boer, Anglo-Nubian and Toggenburg breeds to private raisers and commercial farms.
One thing very noticeable as the puppy raisers walk their guide-dog- hopefuls is the reactions of people who walk by them.
Cherry Teter of Reseda, a puppy raiser for 15 years, said ``trading'' also lets the dogs get used to new owners, which can be important.
Last Thursday, KFI's "The John and Ken Show" held a special live fund raiser from the Ayres Hotel in Laguna Woods featuring KFI hosts, Dr.
A check for $81,000 will be presented on September 8th by Ellen Brownstein, Advertising Director at Greenlight Financial Services, during another live "Storm Aid" fund raiser hosted by "The John and Ken Show" live on KFI 640 AM from the Ayres Hotel in Seal Beach from 3-7pm.
Ruballo explained that tickets would not be sold at the church on March 13 and 14 so as not to conflict with a Knights of Columbus fund raiser on those dates.
The pups are bred by the school, then at 8 weeks given to the raisers.
NRCC spokesman Carl Forti said the Oscar-weekend timing of the fund- raiser is purely coincidental.
color) Tara Myl, 10, shows some of her letters seeking support for a fund- raiser to help homeless children in Santa Clarita.