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Examples of remuneration in a Sentence
She was given generous remunerations for her work.
customers who are tardy in their remuneration will be subject to extra charges
Recent Examples of remuneration from the Web
That boost in remuneration is only surpassed by the 58 percent increase enjoyed by expats relocating to Saudi Arabia’s petrodollar economy.
Since 2010 the company has rolled out a remuneration policy for all its 300-some executives, in which half of short- and long-term compensation, in the form of bonuses and stock options, is tied to sustainability goals.
The breakdown of the deal sees the Norwegian FA doubling the remuneration pot for the women NT from 3.1 million Norwegian kroner (£296,000) to a total of 6 million kroner (£574,000).
For cases that were reported, remuneration was dreadfully inadequate: only 30 percent of the households that filed claims were reimbursed.
The Republican tax bill released Thursday takes aim at high levels of pay at nonprofits, proposing a 20 percent tax on total remuneration over $1 million for the five highest paid employees at nonprofits.
There were shareholders who protested at his level of remuneration.
King is the top name in the women’s game and therefore has the most to complain about in terms of unfair remuneration, a situation the condescending big cheese of the sport, Jack Kramer (a very good Bill Pullman), staunchly refuses to adjust.
In the fellowship program, tuition is covered and each fellow receives a stipend, as well as remuneration for performing with the Cincinnati Symphony.
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Did You Know?
Our evidence shows remuneration to be most at home in writing that concerns financial matters, especially when large amounts of money-or other forms of compensation-are involved. Whether it's because money denotes numerals, or simply because the "n" and "m" are adjacent to each other on our keyboards, "reMUNeration" appears misspelled as "reNUMeration" to a rather inordinate degree in an electronic database of published periodicals. (Renumeration, a very rare word, means "to enumerate [to count or list] again.") It pays to know that the "-mun-" in remuneration is from Latin munus, meaning "gift," a root it shares with munificent, an adjective which means "very liberal in giving."
First Known Use of remuneration
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