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  • n. Nonstandard spelling of honorarium.


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  • Existere, a semiannual journal based at Canada's York University, "will now pay a small honourarium to writers upon publication."

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  • My friend had done wonders for me; and I made the best account of myself that I could, so that within half an hour it was arranged that I should take charge of his son, with an honourarium which gave me great rejoicing for my nieces and my accumulated appetite.

    The Beautiful Lady

  • Vane-Basingwell, the precise nature of the duties I performed for him, and even the exact sum of my honourarium.

    Ruggles of Red Gap

  • Entertainers and demonstration artists will be paid an honourarium for their performances.

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  • "I wished for him to receive no honourarium for this semester," she said.

    Queen's Journal: Latest stories

  • Mantle said due to the confidential nature of the review process, assembly members and the gallery discussed whether Mantle should receive his honourarium instead of the process itself.

    Queen's Journal: Latest stories

  • Social Issues Commissioner Kavita Bissoondial said she spoke out against Mantle receiving his honourarium at the assembly.

    Queen's Journal: Latest stories

  • After the ASUS Honourarium Review Committee withheld part of his $2,500 winter semester honourarium, Mantle called an Assembly to appeal the process of evaluation.

    Queen's Journal: Latest stories

  • Rs 40 cr honourarium released for 40,000 employees


  • It hasn't been determined how much the advisor will be paid, if anything, Mantle said, but any payment will be an honourarium.

    Queen's Journal: Latest stories


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