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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Officials said separate allocations had been made for the restoration of honorarium, while the disbursement through cheques was meant to fulfil the audit criteria for funds spent or distributed by the deputy commissioner and assistant commissioners.
But the finance ministry is not complying with the policy and is giving budget honorariums every year, resulting in audit objections.
We are happy that the Centre considered the hard work of our government and increased the honorarium," he said.
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.
Robert Chambers topped the list of councillor pay packets with a total of $27,673.31, including $21,265.36 in honorariums, $834.70 in benefits and $5,573.25 in expenses, the highest of any councillor.
The Swango Award carries a $1,000 honorarium. The winner of this award is selected by a committee of the Appraisal Journal Editorial Board and review panels as appointed by the Editor-in-Chief.
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".
The overall top-recruiting chapter by campaign end will be awarded a $1,500 honorarium check toward the chapter treasury.
I asked what the money was for and she told me that it was an honorarium. I'm not sure what to do with the cheque.
The money represents an honorarium that the company received when a national hotel chain filmed a commercial at its Florham Park headquarters.