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ri myooh nuh rayt

  • v  make payment to; compensate
    My efforts were not remunerated

  • They have been told that henceforth they themselvesnot the governmentmust remunerate schoolteachers and medical personnel working in the countryside.
  • All of which is bound to please the companies that clothe, feed and otherwise remunerate the athletes.
  • A preliminary as inevitable as packing his bags was to advertise for a companion, pick out a good looking one, take her along for company, remunerate her handsomely.

  • Murray Gleeson in Sydney Morning Herald
    Recent High Court authority indicates that the commonwealth parliament has ample power to regulate financial corporations, including power to regulate the way in which such corporations remunerate their executives,Mr Gleeson said. "The...
  • Gordon Campbell in Victoria Times Colonist
    When asked if he thought MLAs deserve a raise, Campbell said: "I think we can't continue to say to people: 'Give of yourself and your family to public life and we won't remunerate you fairly.' " "With great respect to the commission for the...
  • Robert Mugabe in Xinhua
    The inclusive government must, therefore, move fast in finding ways and means to remunerate its workers meaningfully. But this should be possible with a quick enough economic recovery,Mugabe said.

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