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paymaster

an official of a government, business, etc., responsible for the payment of wages and salaries
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"Paymaster!" said the doctor, staring; "why, I've a gentleman under my hands, have I not?"
MEANWHILE, the Director-General of the Voice of Nigeria (VON), Osita Okechukwu has tongue-lashed the Enugu State Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Dr Ben Nwoye, saying he is defending his paymasters.
Council paymasters are handing out around PS50,000 a month in crisis grants and almost PS80,000 a month in community care grants.
And when he meets Grand Duchess Izabella, the real force behind his mission, he discovers there's a traitor in his paymasters' midst.
Indian IT companies are among the 10 worst paymasters in the world, says a survey -a midlevel IT manager draws an average salary of $41,213 while his Swiss counterpart gets over four times more.
INDIAN infotech companies are among the worst paymasters in the world with a midlevel IT manager drawing an average annual salary of USD 41,213 while his Swiss counterpart gets over four times as much, according to a survey released on Monday.
Villa Bostros duly appealed to a world-concerted anti-terrorism action in line with relevant UN Security Council resolutions aimed at rooting out global terrorism by exacting a high price on the financial and ideological sponsors and paymasters of terrorists.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A new study has claimed that the Premier League giants are the globe's biggest paymasters, outstripping Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Labour has previously been told to stand up to its paymasters - the unions - by the Tory-led Coalition.
But the Conservatives said he was "cosying up" to Labour's left-wing union paymasters who secured the leadership for him.
MICAH RICHARDS will tell his Manchester City paymasters he wants six-figure parity with the club's top earners.
They demanded to bring the paymasters of the murder of senior tax inspector Sagynbek Alimbaev to justice.