Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
"A very few are going hungry because they use their food allowances for rent."
"Con Ed isn't making any allowances for rent control or rent stabilization."
But the majority of households, he said, "are receiving welfare allowances for rents that are very low, about $400 a month."
The welfare allowance for rent works out to $71 a room a month - barely adequate, if fully collected, to support operations alone, with no debt payments.
And a third is to try to improve the quality of housing available to low-income tenants by raising the welfare allowance for rent, as proposed by Governor Cuomo in January.
Jiggetts v. Grinker - A New York City woman, Barbara Jiggetts, and others charge in a suit that the city's welfare allowance for rent is illegal because it is insufficient to cover housing costs.
The Doctor's Charter of 1966 introduced allowances for rent and ancillary staff, significantly increased the pay scales, and changed the structure of payments to reflect "both qualifications of doctors and the form of their practices, i.e. group practice."
As we have seen, the securely married mother playing the role and staying at home has no social security entitlement; let her 'break the rules' and leave her husband and she can draw £14 a week for herself, besides allowances for rent and for the children.
He also repeated an argument put forward several times recently by the Scottish Office that a farmer's net income, which can include allowances for rent and depreciation, and where, for example, transport and housing costs may be apportioned to the business, cannot be compared directly with the average UK wage.