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honorarium

a fee paid for a nominally free service
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A question and answer session was held in which participant asked question about continuation of this honoraria.
545 million in honoraria to UMak supervisory, committee and regular employees in 2015 and 2016 'without basis.
The Education chief noted that there should be a list of actual attendance and performance of election duties to be submitted to the Election Officer in order to receive the honoraria.
Table 2 reveals that each of the 23 applicants for honoraria in British Columbia received some compensation and 82.
The enhancement of honoraria will be made effective from 1.
As per the government order, the honoraria of the domicile parents who have their wards in the Armed forces had been hiked from Rs 2,500 to Rs 10,000 per year with effect from June 1.
If we are paying honoraria to people who are covering for others, then we shouldn't be paying for those absent as well.
The partnership agreement requires partners to promptly remit all fees, salaries, honoraria and book royalties.
On September 18, 2000, Tony Mauro and Sam Loewenberg first reported on what Washington insiders had dubbed the "Keep Scalia on the Court" bill--previously confidential contacts between members of the Supreme Court and Senate Republican leaders that had culminated in congressional action to overturn the honoraria prohibition for federal judges.
Congratulations to those persons receiving the NDTA's Foundation Memorial Medal for Literary Merit for the top article, and cash honoraria for the top three articles written for the Journal in FY 2000.
Justice John Paul Stevens, writing for the 6-3 majority, ruled that "the speculative benefits the honoraria ban may provide the government are not sufficient to justify this crudely crafted burden on respondents' freedom to engage in expressive activities .
The trouble started when the Executive Committee issued new disclosure forms requiring the 1,500 members to list the sources (not amounts) of their nonsalary income, including honoraria for appearances on government-funded broadcast programs like Voice of America and fees for speeches to industry groups, labor unions, and lobbies.