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something justly deserved

to engage in (a war or campaign, for example)

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A JLA spokesman defended wage levels for the staff, who are employed by Securicor.
The hospice wage index is used to adjust payment rates for hospice agencies under the Medicare program to reflect local differences in area wage levels.
With the increase, BOH will have a minimum wage level that is in accordance with the state's 'living wage,' which is nearly USD30,000 annually for single individuals.
The increase allows Bankoh to have a minimum wage level that is in line with the state's living wage, which is often cited as approximately USD 30,000 annually for single individuals.
Approved wage level in industries employing 10 or less is P285.
50 an hour, which is in effect the new minimum wage level for over-25s but is below what experts say is a true living wage.
We value the work of all of our staff enormously and the living wage level is important for living standards, particularly in the context of the continued pressure on the cost of living.
Bulgariaas Deputy Prime Minister and Social Policy Minister Ivaylo Kalfin is convening a meeting of the National Council for Tripartite Cooperation (NCTC) on May 26 on the minimum wage level in 2015.
More than 5million workers are toiling below the living wage level - the minimum considered necessary for a decent standard of life.
Bringing the taxpayer-funded contribution up to minimum wage level would increase take-up to around 70%, the think-tank estimates, at a cost to the Treasury of around PS150 million in 2015/16.
Deputy Minister of Labor Ahmad Al-Humaidan said the ministry is disappointed with the wage level of Saudi workers in the private sector.
Deputy Labor Minister Ahmad Al-Humaidan said the ministry is disappointed with the wage level of Saudi workers in the private sector.
Last week the Egyptian Center for Economic and Social Rights (ECESR) announced that it had launched a legal challenge contesting the minimum wage level.
Once the level is set, the law requires the wage level to be reviewed every two years, instead of the annual review demanded by unionists.
During a third round of wage talks at Toyota's head office in Toyota, Aichi Prefecture, President Katsuaki Watanabe said his company's wage level is ''one of the highest levels in the world'' and that intensifying international competition in the auto market makes it ''extremely difficult'' to fully accept the labor union's demand.