Reward

A reward may refer to:

  • Bounty (reward), reward, often money, offered as an incentive
  • Reward website, website that offers rewards for performing tasks

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Other articles related to "reward":

Abduction Of Rahma El-Dennaoui - Reward
... In May, 2007, New Idea magazine offered a $20,000 (AUS) reward for information on what happened to Rahma ...
Lancelot De Mole - De Mole's Formal Claim - Reward
... He was made an honorary corporal in 1919 and, early in 1920, it was announced from London that he had been honoured with the bestowal of the award of Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE) ... At the formal investiture of the award, on 28 July 1921, in the ballroom of the New South Wales' State Government House, Lord Forster, the seventh Governor-General of Australia, was so nervous that he dropped the decoration before it could be pinned on de Mole's chest. ...
Suffolkater - Media Coverage
... A reward was offered, first by local business Call Connection, who initially offered £25,000 and later raised it to £50,000 ... after, the News of the World offered a £250,000 reward for leads to a direct arrest and conviction of the murderer/murderers, bringing the total reward on offer to £300 ...
Comparison Of Shopping Cart Software - Customer Reward Features
... Discounts Membership Only Categories Membership Only Products Reward Points Special Offers Avactis Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Batavi No No Yes No No No Yes IzzoNet Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes ...

Famous quotes containing the word reward:

    The writer who aims at producing the platitudes which are “not for an age, but for all time” has his reward in being unreadable in all ages.... The man who writes about himself and his own time is the only sort of man who writes about all people and about all time.
    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)

    That is the real pivot of all bourgeois consciousness in all countries: fear and hate of the instinctive, intuitional, procreative body in man or woman. But of course this fear and hate had to take on a righteous appearance, so it became moral, said that the instincts, intuitions and all the activities of the procreative body were evil, and promised a reward for their suppression. That is the great clue to bourgeois psychology: the reward business.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)

    If prosperity is regarded as the reward of virtue it will be regarded as the symptom of virtue.
    Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936)