Honorarium


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Honorarium

An extra fee paid to a person or company who provides a service exceptionally well. An honorarium goes to a person who goes above and beyond the call of duty; it confers respect and honor on the person.
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will give a base honorarium with mileage without requiring any supporting documentation or receipts.
outstanding bills, such as honorariums, travel accounts etc.
Additionally, the honorarium creates a personal relationship.
Honorarium and TA/DA for the BOGs to attend the meeting has also been approved.
It is really unusual for residents to be recognized nationally and with a significant honorarium to pursue personal causes and to repay medical school debt.
Currently, anganwadi workers draw a monthly honorarium of ` 3,000.
As the international winner, Jennifer received a $1000 honorarium, and her school also received a $1000 honorarium.
Last year the honorarium for the chair was $25,000, while the president received $30,000.
From 300 expressions of interest, 10 firms were paid an honorarium of [euro]10 000 and invited to submit designs for a five-storey apartment building in Warsaw, with a further 10 set a similar brief in Kolkata, India.
The money represents an honorarium that the company received when a national hotel chain filmed a commercial at its Florham Park headquarters.
Presented annually, this award is accompanied by an honorarium funded by EB & K Inc.