Some articles on proceeds:
... Proceeds of Crime Act could refer to Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, of the United Kingdom Proceeds of Crime Act, 1996, of the Republic of Ireland ...
... “He made time because it’s so important to him.” All proceeds from Fator’s show went towards the field ... Proceeds benefited the Navarro Council of the Arts and the Mildred Drama Club ... All proceeds from Fator's original song "Horses in Heaven" go to St ...
... "A portion of the royalties from the sales of this collections will go to the Walden Woods Project, a non-profit organization founded in 1990 ... The purpose of the Walden Woods Project is to purchase, and thereby preserve, environmentally sensitive and historically significant forestland located near Henry David Thoreau's famed retreat at Walden Pond." Eagles co-founder Don Henley Founded the Walden Woods Project in 1990. ...
... All the proceeds from the Melbourne Concert and half of the proceeds of the Sydney Concert went to the Red Cross Victorian Bushfire Appeal ... The other half of the Sydney proceeds went to the Queensland Premier's Disaster Relief Appeal to help flood victims ...
... Proceeds from sale of right to collect river sand ... Proceeds from sale of right to fish ... Proceeds from sale of usufructs ...
Famous quotes containing the word proceeds:
“Self-alienation is the source of all degradation as well as, on the contrary, the basis of all true elevation. The first step will be a look inward, an isolating contemplation of our self. Whoever remains standing here proceeds only halfway. The second step must be an active look outward, an autonomous, determined observation of the outer world.”
—Novalis [Friedrich Von Hardenberg] (17721801)
“... that there is no other way,
That the history of creation proceeds according to
Stringent laws, and that things
Do get done in this way, but never the things
We set out to accomplish and wanted so desperately
To see come into being.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)
“Dada hurts. Dada does not jest, for the reason that it was experienced by revolutionary men and not by philistines who demand that art be a decoration for the mendacity of their own emotions.... I am firmly convinced that all art will become dadaistic in the course of time, because from Dada proceeds the perpetual urge for its renovation.”
—Richard Huelsenbeck (18921974)