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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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Since it was a 'mere creation of the Sangguniang Panlungsod,' it remains within the jurisdiction of the Local Government Code, which requires the city council's prior concurrence in the grant of honoraria.
27% of the class recovery while the median total honoraria award constituted, on average, 0.
Though the immediate threat of repeal no longer looms ominously overhead, the provision to lift the honoraria ban received strong backing from leading Senate Republicans.
Further, he continued, "The honoraria ban is unlikely to reduce significantly the number of appearances by high-ranking officials, as long as travel expense reimbursement for the speaker and one relative is available as an alternative form of renumeration .
Just a few months after defending himself on honoraria, Kondracke wrote a story in which he criticized Lloyd Bentsen for wanting to charge business lobbyists $10,000 a head to have breakfast with him--a perfectly legal activity, although one that would have created apparent conflicts of interest.
9417 to receive allowances and honoraria, this was 'not without limitations.
Media corporations-whose holdings include not only newspapers but television and radio stations, magazines, and billboards-peddle their influence with familiar tools: PACS, honoraria, junkets, and revolving-door lobbyists.
The committee, which met with Malik Ibrar Ahmed in the chair, discussed the payment of honoraria announced by the Minister for Finance, Revenue and Economic Affairs on June 22, 2016 and June 14, 2017 to the employees of various government departments deployed during the budget sessions.
In a resolution, Rheia Tibon, graft investigator and prosecution officer, said Bacaltos acted in bad faith by getting honoraria for health workers.
According to a notification, Nazim Tehsil and Town Council would get honoraria of Rs.
At its February meeting, NZNO's board of directors discussed the concerns Diane Penney raised in her letter, Why were honoraria raised?
If you have strict contribution limits, but no limits on gifts or honoraria, you can see how easy it will be to get around,'' Holton said.