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honorarium

a fee paid for a nominally free service
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Ashley Sparks, Stuarts Draft, VA - Directing Honoraria, ArtSpot Productions
Elisa Clark, Bethesda, MD - Modern Dance Honoraria, Mark Morris Dance Group
Huskey, Denver, CO Directing Honoraria, California Institute of the Arts Thomas Pasculli, Newton, NJ Acting Honoraria, Double Edge Theatre Productions, Inc.
Morton Kondracke, a New Republic writer and a regular performer on the "McLaughlin Group," scoffed at the honoraria debate in a TNR column.
Just a few months after defending himself on honoraria, Kondracke wrote a story in which he criticized Lloyd Bentsen for wanting to charge business lobbyists $10,000 a head to have breakfast with him--a perfectly legal activity, although one that would have created apparent conflicts of interest.
When The Washington Post trained its sleuthing powers on the gun lobby, it detailed the honoraria and campaign contributions the National Rifle Association showered on members of Congress and showed how those congressmen voted to weaken federal gun control.
Media corporations-whose holdings include not only newspapers but television and radio stations, magazines, and billboards-peddle their influence with familiar tools: PACS, honoraria, junkets, and revolving-door lobbyists.
The underlying basis of the honoraria is not one of remuneration for hours worked or reimbursement for costs incurred in carrying out the duties of these positions.
We do not accept the view that by raising the honoraria we acted against the direction of last year's NZNO conference which rejected the proposal that the presidency be made a full-time, paid position.
I certainty do not begrudge honoraria payments nor am I trivialising how important these membership rotes are.
Contributors may receive compensation in the form of honoraria based on a formula detailed on the LinuxWorld Web site (www.
The honoraria for NZNO president and Te Runanga o Aotearoa chair have been increased by $5000 respectively.