In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- We live on the honorariums and rewards for the articles I get published in different magazines.
- She expects to be paid expenses and possibly a small honorarium.
- Graduates from both universities received gifts, free meals, honoraria and invitations to drug company-sponsored events and participated in meetings with drug company representatives in their offices.
- The guidelines define financial interests that should be disclosed as any fees, honoraria, or gifts associated with consulting or lectures; equity, including stock options; and payments for directorships or executive roles.
- Each of the authors has received research grants and travel expenses or lecture honorariums from one or more of these three study sponsors.
- His 2002 income was $921,000, which includes a one-time honorarium of $600,000.
- Compared to weekly wages of skilled labourers, these amounts seem almost contemptible, and should perhaps be thought of as honoraria rather than salaries.
- In recognition of his humanitarian services Sahara India Group has recently given him an honorarium.
- My income, which came from the honoraria I received, was just sufficient to cover the basic needs of my family.
- A common type of gift for clergy is the customary honoraria for officiating at weddings or funeral services.
- Some of it goes straight to individuals in the form of consulting fees, contracts, honoraria, and salaries.
- Actually I worked summer jobs like students do today and I was a school board chair who didn't receive a salary, just an honorarium.
- Another innovation was that both the faculty editors and the contributing authors were paid an honorarium.
- The real money, ever since Congress banned honoraria for its members, is in speeches.
- I'll admit - though it's probably suspected already - that I don't live on my musician's honorariums, but on my composing income.
- The outcry was such that he was reinstated, as a retired emeritus professor - more importantly, with an honorarium attached.
- Although he became fairly wealthy, he offered his services either for no pay or for mere honoraria.
- Committee members are paid allowances and in some instances a small honorarium.
- Taylor Patten Communications paid travel expenses and honoraria to the working party members.
- Both authors have received honoraria for speaking at lectures, consultancy fees, and grant support from a number of companies that produce, or are developing, pharmacological treatments for obesity.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.