honorarium


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honorarium

a fee paid for a nominally free service
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Isn't it telling that opposite the word honorarium is the word hoodwink?
An honorarium is a payment that is made to an individual for attending a meeting of a board, committee or organization.
Poets taking part in a 24-hour poets meeting in Pune, India later this month are being asked to do without the honorarium as well as pay their own expenses.
Therefore, I would ask you to reconsider the payment of telephones etc or a small honorarium to offset this.
Send a thank-you gift basket to the speaker's office, especially if he or she is not receiving an honorarium.
Key state legislators may be invited to speak at the ASO's meeting or annual convention and paid an honorarium for his/her personal appearance.
In my research, I did come across one apparent conflict of interest: David Whitman, a senior editor at US News and World Report, seemed to have adopted a more conservative bent in his reporting on homelessness after he accepted an honorarium for a panel discussion held by the Heritage Foundation.
Honorarium for teachers of 42 schools of NEF had been raised to Rs.
The anganwadi workers are on warpath since October 21 demanding the state government hike their honorarium and declare them as state employees.
Mayor Ron Eddy brought in $71,966 in total pay with a $56,962 honorarium, $2,798 in benefits and $12,205 in expenses which included the mayor's car allowance.