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bonus

A general term for any benefit of a job or a lump-sum payment given to an employee, often at year’s end—e.g., “Christmas bonus”—which is a tangible expression of the employer’s gratitude for the employee’s performance.

bonus

Any benefit of a job or a lump-sum of cash given to an employee, which is a tangible expression of the employer's gratitude for the employee's performance. See Immune bonus, Marriage bonus, Signing bonus.
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Silences and social construction in historical accounts among the Boni society of French Guiana
Boni Yayi's visit follows an earlier visit to the institution by his Prime Minister, Lionel Zinsou, who shared perspectives with Adesina on Bank-financed projects in the country and on cooperation.
Cette rencontre intervient dans le cadre de la visite d'Etat de trois jours qu'effectue en Algerie le president du Benin, Thomas Boni Yayi, a l'invitation du president de la Republique, Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
Also, the two sides held discussions on the prospect of opening a Turkish embassy in Benin, Boni added.
The proceeds of the loan will be used to complete the second stage of Boni Holding's plant modernisation programme, initiated with the support of a EUR 15 M EBRD loan in 2006.
An ethnic community living in the coastal forest near Kenya's border with Somalia, the Boni converted to Islam en masse around the middle of the 20th century.
Graziano de Boni, President and CEO, Valentino, and Linda Fairstein, the best-selling author and former Assistant District Attorney and Women of Action honoree, were Honorary Chairs.
It has formally approved a low interest Euro 15 million loan to boost production at the country's dominant pigmeat specialist Boni Holding, reforming the company's pig farms, building a new cutting/de-boning hall, and meat processing units.
Starring: Giovanna Mezzogiorno, Alessio Boni, Stefania Rocca, Angela Finocchiaro, Luigi Lo Cascio.
Ministry spokeswoman Boni Fox Gray says it is not known what the level of the interest will be for Grow Bonds and market conditions have not been determined, but the government has estimated the target size of the program to be $20 million.