Tuesday, March 5, 2002
Annoy.com Anecnote: Pontification
The reported framework for a settlement would give up to $30 million to the 86 plaintiffs, which include 70 people who claimed they were abused by Geoghan. Each would receive an average of $232,000 to $348,000 each, with an arbitrator deciding the amount in each case, The Boston Globe reported.
On Sept. 21, 2000, Bush wrote in USA Today that he would allocate $80 billion over 10 years in tax incentives to help churches provide services. Bush has expressed concern that existing federal funding mechanisms may not be efficient enough in distributing tax dollars to religious ministries so he has promised a new government agency to make things easier.
The office or term of office of a pontiff.
intr.v. ponˇtifˇiˇcatˇed, ponˇtifˇiˇcatˇing, ponˇtifˇiˇcates (-kt)
Source: The American HeritageŽ Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
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