Only the learned doctor was happy, for he had his fee
On my word of honor, yes, and a thousand-franc fee
beside, just as I told you.
Bless you, my dear Sir, such a thing was never heard of, without a consultation fee
being previously paid, and a consultation fixed.
As Adam lay a-dreaming beneath the Apple Tree, The Angel of the Waters offered all the Seas in fee.
As Adam lay a-dreaming beneath the Apple Tree, The Angel of the Air he offered all the Air in fee.
On the one hand, of course, I was glad, for the fee was at least tenfold what I should have asked had I set a price upon my own services, and it was possible that this order might lead to other ones.
I paced up and down the room, humming a tune under my breath to keep up my spirits and feeling that I was thoroughly earning my fifty-guinea fee.
His consultation fee
is a guinea; and he gives a signed estimate beforehand for any supplementary expenses that may follow.
Still without looking at her, he said, 'Take it back; I don't want my fee.
The fee that he had vainly refused still lay in its little white paper covering on the table.
He was very sorry, but he was compelled to give me back my tuition fee
and to ask me to leave the school.
If a chemist in New York made a new discovery in say radium, all his expenses across the continent were paid, and as well he received a princely fee for his time.
The smallest fee he would deign to notice was a hundred thousand dollars.
The physicians, therefore, finding themselves anticipated in everything they ordered, were at a loss how to apply that portion of time which it is usual and decent to remain for their fee
, and were therefore necessitated to find some subject or other for discourse; and what could more naturally present itself than that before mentioned?
I shall then have done what I undertook to do-- and I'll take my fee