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  • n. Plural form of honorarium.

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Examples

  • And some trustees discourage use of competing notaries, because fees or "honorariums" do vary.

    Additional thoughts on the restricted zones

  • These gifts like the Hebrew ones were paid in advance and were called "honorariums," another term which suggests the modern retainer.

    Ethics in Service

  • Allergan, based in Irvine, Calif., also struck an agreement with the Department of Health and Human Services 'Office of the Inspector General that requires the company to submit compliance reports and post on its website any payments to doctors, such as honorariums, travel or lodging.

    The Washington Times stories: Latest Headlines

  • As an aside, peer reviews are called "honorariums" for a reason.

    Inside Higher Ed

  • Perhaps gas money, and reimbursement for hotels, airfare, sometimes, not always, but the speaking gig honorariums are in huge majority confined to the anti prostitution activists.

    Thoughts on rescues, rescuers and realities « Bound, Not Gagged

  • It's not far-fetched to wonder whether or not any honorariums have been used to "motivate" prominent black ministers and leaders.

    Alvin McEwen: Black Pastors, Marriage Equality and NOM's Money

  • Ms. Skloot is on a four-month, 51-city book tour that she organized and is largely paying for through speaking honorariums at colleges and institutes.

    An Unwitting Heroine of Science

  • "Bascom suspects there might be gratuities and honorariums forthcoming from sundry enemies of Brookmeyer and McCracklin if we get the whole Surrogate 13 mess out in the open."

    Kahen no Ame

  • And even though, there's no law preventing an elected official from collecting honorariums for speaking fees, there could be some ethics questions raised about the private interest groups she contracts to speak for.

    Amy Ephron: A Higher Calling

  • The lately published list of the honorariums received by Lawrence Summers for lectures delivered in 2008 -- at firms like J.P. Morgan, McKinsey and Company,

    David Bromwich: Economic Adviser to the Aristocracy

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