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  • n. benefits


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  • One step closer to the possibility of stripping Dubbie of all his post-term bennies along with his inpeachment/conviction package.

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  • I just wish to hell one of the bennies was a salary, she thought wistfully.

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  • They are called bennies for a reason; we hate them.

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  • These perks - relative job security, respect on the job, reward for a job well done, the conventional "bennies" - these are all things that make the life of someone in the professional managerial upper middle class significantly different from someone toiling away in a job that is paid significantly less, that has no bennies, and in a small ass company that has no commitment to anything other than exploiting the hell out of your labor, where the idea that you might get, automatically, a raise every year is like having the idea that Christmas is to be celebrated in August.

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  • Overall, the members of the military, regardless of banch, are there for their paycheck and what ever ote "bennies" they can get.

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  • If, in your book, he doesn't have any "bennies," can't we just gut-shoot him and dump him in a ditch, rather than wasting time and money on a trial?

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  • Which specific "bennies" (our Constitution calls them "rights") would you propose be taken away from him BEFORE he's convicted?

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  • However; one of the truly great 'bennies' of this event was meeting the next generation of America's rocket people ... and that includes the TARC 2010 National Champions, Penn Manor High School ... who went on to the International competition and took ALL the marbles there as well.

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  • But unlike the flashy perks and glitzy giveaways some offered in the frenetic late 1990's, companies are now increasingly focused on 'bennies' that support their employees 'sense of work-life balance.

  • The most significant of the "bennies" was the one which helped Ben Nelson switch from pro-life to pro-choice.

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