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remuneration
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • ’The remuneration can scarcely repay you,’ said Kate.
  • With another sigh Mr Knag took up the kitchen candles from the counter, and preceded the ladies with mournful steps to a back-parlour, where a charwoman, employed in the absence of the sick servant, and remunerated with certain eighteenpences to be deducted from her wages due, was putting the supper out.
  • So, the petition in favour of the bill was agreed upon, and the meeting adjourned with acclamations, and Mr Nickleby and the other directors went to the office to lunch, as they did every day at half-past one o’clock; and to remunerate themselves for which trouble, (as the company was yet in its infancy,) they only charged three guineas each man for every such attendance.

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  • It was inadequate remuneration to make up for his expenses.
  • Our policy is that employees cannot dispense "special" favors or privileges to anyone, even when there is no remuneration in return.

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