honorarium


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honorarium

A sum of money given to a person of importance to thank the person for her or his time and trouble
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Gerlie Dolor, secretary of Barangay Central Bicutan, said Barangay Central Chairman Jennifer Alit has told them a number of times that, due to the absence of their IRA, the 12 barangays could not ascertain when would be the next release of their honorarium.
The officers and officials injured during the operation would be paid honorarium equal to one month basic pay, while the other participants of the operation would receive honorarium equal to half basic pay of a month.
This Order and rates of honorarium shall come into force prospectively and will have no retrospective effect.
The award consists of a $10,000 honorarium and a certificate.
The Nitish government has also hiked the honorarium of block pramukh ( head) and deputy pramukh from ` 6,000 and ` 3,000 to ` 10,000 and ` 5,000, respectively.
This article argues that not awarding additional payments, referred to in Canada as honorarium payments, (9) to representative plaintiffs is irreconcilable with basic notions of fairness.
Honorariums for all members of council totaled $244,594.
SAJAAD KHAN, Middlesbrough * * * * * * HOW generous that the Chief Constable be given an honorarium, which is described in my dictionary as "a fee for professional services rendered".
It was agreed that an annual honorarium payment package of 12,000 [pounds sterling] would be introduced for Council members.
The overall top-recruiting chapter by campaign end will be awarded a $1,500 honorarium check toward the chapter treasury.
Each of the 10 competition teams will be awarded a [euro]3000 honorarium, as well as having their travel costs to Helsinki paid by Living Steel.
Each winner gets $5,000, $3,000 of which goes to the nonprofit of his or her choice, and the other $2,000 as a personal honorarium.