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  • n. Plural form of fee.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fee.


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  • OK, so how is a pool funded by $400/year in fees from a few hundred families supposed to pay the hundreds of thousands of dollars required to meet the new regulations?

    A True Story of Efficient Regulation, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • According to a Wall Street Journal analysis, “Wall Street banks and lawyers could collect nearly $1 billion in fees from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and American International Group Inc. to help manage and break apart the insurer.”

    Wonk Room » The WonkLine: August 6, 2009

  • Ethics watchdog groups said they were surprised to learn of how closely and for how long Mr. Hastings and his staff had worked with Preston Gates, which reaped millions of dollars in fees from the Northern Marianas and other lobbying clients brought to the firm by Mr. Abramoff.

    June 2005

  • William had offered to meet the term fees out of his own pocket—he is, of course, a multi-millionaire in his own right with money inherited from his late mother.


  • In the earliest days the term fees of $7.50 covered the cost of rooms in the dormitories, while the cost of board ranged from $1.50 to $2.00 a week.

    The University of Michigan

  • Once the floor plan lender is paid, it sends the title fees and documents to the county, usually the one where the buyer lives. Chronicle

  • Christopher Lucas - Robert W. Baird & Co. Just a question on the term fees, can you list what the fees were for '08 and what your expectation is for' 09?

    US Market Commentary from Seeking Alpha

  • You should be able to avoid the title fees if you can get the original purchase date docs from the title company.

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  • It were not much for euery Iustice of peace, who by his blew coat proteceth the properest and most seuiceable men at euery muster from the warres, to contribute the charge that one of these idle men doe put him to for one yeere: nor for the Lawyer, who riseth by the dissensions of his neighbours, to take but one yeeres gifts (which they call fees) out of his coffers.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Dave, on the first one, yes, we had about $4 million of term fees, which is up, I think, $2 million to $3 million over the fourth quarter of last year.


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