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Synonyms for per diem

a daily allowance for living expenses (especially while traveling in connection with your job)

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one every day


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The VAs State Home Per Diem Program provides an economical alternative to constructing, maintaining and operating VA facilities for the provision of care to eligible veterans.
The last special session was in 2013, but with the per diem set higher than ever before, the special session that begins Tuesday is expected to be the costliest one in decades.
speculate that per diem calculations will give jurors a false sense that
Our new per diem service is a natural extension of eLaw's traditional case tracking service, eWatch, says eLaw Executive Director Dominick Esposito.
A second report from APTN on this issue says the people of Nova Scotia are furious at the per diem practice.
In an effort to keep these new graduates engaged with NYP and increase the hospital's per diem pool without having the hospital incur orientation costs, NYP entered into an agreement with staffing agencies AMN Healthcare and The Gotham Companies in 2013 to hire 20 new wait-listed graduates.
For large firms or those classified "A," the maximum per diem is P40,000 per meeting or P1,536,000 per year.
Fresolo, D-Worcester, was eighth on the list for most per diem compensation with 218 days claimed for a total of $7,848.
What: Per Diem will be donating 25 percent of sales from the restaurant and bar to Wigs for Kids.
Rezidor Hotel Group (STO: REZT), a Belgium-based hotel company, has announced a new per diem rate for its Radisson Blu Schwarzer Bock Hotel, Wiesbaden, Germany.
Is it true that a recent regulation change has been implemented that requires travelers to count a "complimentary continental breakfast" supplied through their lodging location as breakfast available, thus reducing their daily per diem amount?
The Air Force has authorized Reservists on active-duty orders for more than 180 days at one location supporting Operations Noble Eagle, Iraqi Freedom or Enduring Freedom to continue to get per diem until Sept.
It followed proposals announced by Mr Brown yesterday to replace MPs' controversial pounds 24,000-a-year housing allowance with a per diem rate determined by attendance.
Established in 2005, they offer nurse staffing to healthcare facilities throughout the state of Florida, travel positions, local, per diem, and permanent placement nurses.
At the time of The Post's story, some tax lawyers and liberal groups suggested that Palin's per diem expenses should be treated as income.