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NPM Director Lin Jeng-yi said on Wednesday that the ticket prices for the museum had not been adjusted for three years, and that the new admission fees were finalized based on the current law, reported the Central News Agency.
Kind-hearted choir members decided to waive admission fees, instead asking audience members to donate food for the cause, which helps those most in need across the town.
We treat the Cloud Computing Platform (CCP) as one serving VM, and analyze the optimal queue length based on game theory with a fixed admission fee distribution.
and while the foundation has been accepting donations it claims it will need to charge an admission fee to operate the museum and memorial.
And second, visitors entering the museum are automatically directed into an admission fee line, where cashiers are waiting to collect their $25 entrance fee.
The winner of 13 grand slam singles titles was attending the Farmers Classic in Los Angeles as a fan when she was asked to pay a 100 dollars admission fee.
The guide said: "It's hard to justify braving the crowds and the admission fee just for a lot of photographs of smiling royals, a few pieces of art, some stuffed animals and the odd regimental memento.
01 on or after June 1, are required to pay to the clerk an admission fee of $165.
In the past the RCA normally has to generate most of its income through admission fees and arts sales but can now open the gallery doors for free throughout the year.
This year the conference must charge a $50 admission fee, which includes breakfast and lunch.
Lincoln Center is easy to get to, doesn't have an imperious guardian of the rope barrier, maintains a modest admission fee, offers free dance instruction and is located on public ground open to all.
This year the organization eliminated the $60 admission fee to its stadium rallies, slashing its income from $70 million in 1997 to $48 million this year.
There is an exemption available to nonprofits that have not been notified if they charge no admission fee for the public performance of music.
An admission fee of $25 to attend the auction will be donated to charity.
We're going above and beyond in two ways: We're moving things inside in a climate-controlled environment with added advantages, such as wireless Internet, no admission fee, free parking, and we're giving people reasons to stop in and take a look around.