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(naval architecture)
Filling the seams between planks with pitch, marine glue, or other material after the calking has been inserted.
Slackening away on rope or chain.
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In the outgoing year FY19, a person drawing a salary of Rs125,000 was paying Rs1,250 per month.
If they think that paying a journalist to write positively about a client is an unethical and corrupt practice, then it is an unethical and corrupt practice.
Paying the balance on a credit card with a 12% annual interest rate is the same as receiving an annual after-tax rate of return of 12% on a risk-free investment.
Maybe it should consider an alternative strategy, such as paying higher wages.
When I look at what I save, it is well worth it," says Williams, who had been paying $1,000 more per month in finance charges, late payment charges, over-the-limit charges, and automatic default charges.
Without changing average teacher salaries a penny, most districts could ease their recruitment problems by paying some teachers (good ones, those in high-demand specialties) more than others (less-competent ones in low-demand specialties).
Plus, AOL Latin America told investors in June 2000 that a "significant number" of their paying subscribers in Brazil have not made timely payment.
The Beatles were shocked to be paying such taxes; thus the song, which, she notes, makes specific references to the tax collectors, Prime Minister Wilson and Prime Minister-to-be Heath.
But Cushman & Wakefield took down signage, he asserts, and "forced the subtenant out." According to Rubenstein the tenant - with management approval - then downsized and was paying $1,750.
Stewart and the 1,684 other Virginia, prisoners who are paying the costs of their trials are, upon their defeat in court, slapped with an itemized bill that includes these standard charges: $100 forensics fee, $200 sentencing fee, $2 courthouse-maintenance fee, $65 court-reporter's fee, $12 sheriff's fee, $32.50 clerk's fee, $265 felony fee.
Generally, the proposed regulations are reasonable and even generous; they provide employers with significant flexibility both in determining the timing and amount of the FICA liability and in withholding and paying the tax on any amounts deferred under a nonqualified plan.
One approach to paying employees that both reduces fixed payroll expenses and creates a more direct link between pay and performance.