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stahy puhnd

  • n  a sum of money allotted on a regular basis; usually for some specific purpose

  • Instead, the oil money has flowed into entitlement programs, which pay all Alaska residents an annual stipend of some $800 and senior citizens an additional guaranteed income of .
  • And for a small stipend, give tours of the historic lighthouse, work at the small store and museum attached to the lighthouse, and keep a daily log of the sunset, sunrise and tides.
  • But even if there had been profit sharing instead, the payout would have worked out to a daily stipend of just 16 for each of the 41,000 tribe members.
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  • Cameron trustees seek better female coaching stipends
    Cameron ISD trustees will consider improving coaching stipends to be among the top tier of Class 2A and 3A school districts.
    June 12, 2013 - The Cameron Herald
  • Rancho Santa Fe School board approves employee stipends
    The Rancho Santa Fe School board approved a one-time stipend for the 2013-2014 school year for the following employees: • Cindy Schaub for additional work related to Common Core Standards not to exceed $10,000. • Steve Rossier for Athletic Director responsibilities not to exceed $6,000. • Paul Coco and Maureen Cassarino for Student Council Advisor [...]
    June 11, 2013 - Rancho Santa Fe Review

  • Mario Dumont in 940 News
    People can agree or not agree (with the stipend) but it was done in all transparency and the members have said what they think about it with this vote of confidence,Dumont told reporters after the convention in Laval, just north of Montreal.
  • Gary Williams in The Carrboro Citizen
    If there was a way to provide a stipend for these players while they're in school,Williams added, "where they could be more comfortable on a college campus," maybe they'd be more likely to come and stay.
  • Mike Enzi in
    Enzi said, however, that, "In exchange for an education award and a small stipend, we are supporting Americans who have made a commitment to mobilize their neighbors to address the pressing needs of their communities."

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