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“For compensation of the members, a sum not exceeding Compensation twenty-two thousand eight hundred dollars. of mem ers.”
“Compensation is not only measured in financial terms; it also includes a service to the family or community and specific gestures of sympathy or public demonstration of reconciliation.”
“Compensation is at the heart of a contract dispute between the Boulder Valley School District and its teachers 'union, but the two sides also are at odds over the district's academic freedom policies.”
“Articles 4, 5 and 6 of the Federal Constitution shall govern the operation of the Council in the same manner as the Congress, save that Councilors shall receive Compensation from the States they represent rather than the Federal government.”
“In the editorial, they smack Taft and other GOP leaders: the resignation on Friday of James Conrad, director of the Ohio Bureau of Workers 'Compensation, is grossly inadequate penance.”
“Listen," he said, and he read, in English: "'Compensation is the other name for God.”
“Compensation occurs when enough people want what you offer.”
“Interesting piece on how mortgage workers were comped during the heyday by John Quigley, titled Compensation and Incentives in the Mortgage Business.”
“Martin Olds 'property, called Compensation Farm, in Myamandlovu in the southwest province of Matabeleland, about 450 kilometres (280 miles) from Harare.”
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