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Synonyms for due

expected

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right(s)

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membership fee

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due to: caused by

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  • caused by
  • attributable to
  • put down to
  • traceable to
  • ascribable to
  • assignable to
  • imputable to

due to: because of

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Synonyms for due

consistent with prevailing or accepted standards or circumstances

known to be about to arrive

something, such as money, owed by one person to another

something justly deserved

Synonyms for due

that which is deserved or owed

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a payment that is due (e.g., as the price of membership)

owed and payable immediately or on demand

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scheduled to arrive

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suitable to or expected in the circumstances

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capable of being assigned or credited to

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Paying dues of the financial support for families of Cabinet of Ministers martyrs on Tuesday 17th Jan.
He maintained the provincial and city governments had assured Pakistan Railways officials of paying dues to the ministry as soon as possible within a month.
Without an agency fee in the contract thousands of workers gain the benefits of union representation without paying dues or an agency fee.
Up to February 2007, regular payments were made to the WAPDA by government of AJK but it (WAPDA) started issuing the increased bill after February 2007, without taking Government of AJK on board although department of electricity of the government of AJK continued paying dues settled under the agreement in accordance with the funds released by Finance Division of Pakistan.
GLENDALE - After years of paying dues in Los Angeles venues and exposing audiences to a sound influenced by ethnic music, a local band has made its debut in local record stores.
As many as 20 teachers had asked for what the contract between the Glendale Unified School District and the teachers union calls a principled-objector exemption, giving teachers the chance to give the money to charity instead of paying dues.
District officials say as many as 20 teachers have been denied a ``principled objector exemption,'' a provision of the contract between the Glendale Unified School District and the union that allows teachers to donate money to charity in lieu of paying dues.
The measure promises to more than double the number of employees paying dues.
Sam Kresner - assistant to United Teachers Los Angeles President Day Higuchi - said if charter teachers want the ability to come back to the district after their leave, they should be held to the same requirements as other workers - including paying into the benefits fund for teachers already retired and paying dues and fees to the union.
The bettors liked Tower Full, who was 2 for 2 on wet tracks, and Paying Dues, a stakes star making his first start in nearly a year.