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honorarium

a fee paid for a nominally free service
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An increasingly important example is the honorarium payment: additional compensation made to the representative plaintiffs of a class action in the event of a successful outcome.
Leyte day care workers said their honorarium always depends on the Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA) or budget of the barangay.
Mayor Ron Eddy, who is also a member of the board for the Rural Ontario Municipal Association and the AMO, the association representing municipal councils in Ontario, received an honorarium of $65,662.
The proposed honorarium for the retired officials could range from ` 15,000 to ` 75,000 per case, according to their seniority.
The tuition payments of students are fees or honorariums not payments for a product, and the funds paid to teachers should also be thought of and termed honorariums, not salaries.
It does not request fees from parish communities, though honorariums are appreciated.
Three honorariums will be awarded -- $1,000 for first place, $500 for second place and $300 for third place.
The fifty selected will receive $100 honorariums and perform with Parsons's company of ten dancers.
PACs, Socials, Honorariums and Tax Programs for Legislators
And if the Republicans try to block such legislation, as they have campaign reform in the Senate, then the new Democratic leaders should act as leaders and convince their party colleagues voluntarily and unilaterally to kick the habits of PACS, honorariums and free travel.
Many honors are received with the various awards such as monetary honorariums, engraved plaques and recognition at an awards banquet held in honor of the recipients.