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Due

Describing a debt or its maturity. For example, one may say that a $250,000 mortgage is due in 30 years, which means that the mortgage must be completely paid off 30 years from the time of that statement.

due

Of or relating to an obligation or receivable that is outstanding and payable.
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Iraqi Foreign Ministry said in a statement distributed here Friday, that the Foreign Ministry's Undersecretary for Political Planning, Lubaid Abbawi, discussed with the Egyptian Assistant Foreign Minister Mustafa Kamal on Thursday, the agreement to pay dues of Egyptian workers, dubbed (yellow remittances) by paying out the amount estimated at USD 1.7 billion without interest.
The machine's official name was the Jackson Democratic Club, and Truman served as its vice president for more than 20 years and even continued to pay dues from the White House.
Recipient groups pay dues ranging from $475 to $575, plus shipping and handling, but the merchandise itself is free.
NBC's withdrawal comes just three days after it lost its board member vote for failure to pay dues for WNBC.
Recipient groups pay dues ranging from $375 to $575, plus shipping and handling, but the merchandise itself is free.
I became a member of an organization of "female executives" in order to make use of the good hospital indemnity insurance it offers--and I pay dues for this privilege.
It is possible, for example, that academic APSA members pay dues based on their academic salaries, while reporting (obviously higher) total annual income.
The new, combined MD/MBA programs are unlikely to produce credible physician executives for at least a generation or so, because there remains an expectation that one must "pay dues" as a clinician before moving into management roles.
At the heart of the issue were the number of salespeople and brokers that REBNY was required to pay dues for to the national and state associations.