per diem


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per diem

adj. or n. Latin for "per day," it is short for payment of daily expenses and/or fees of an employee or an agent.

per diem

preposition per day, for each and every day, for each day, for every day
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Jamescita Peshlakai, D-Window Rock, said any increase in legislative salary or per diem would help lawmakers like her continue to represent her rural district.
Lawmakers plan to tie their own rates for lodging, travel, meals and incidentals to federal per diem rates, she said.
A recent survey by Mastercard, a leading technology company in the global payments industry, revealed that organizations that switch from Per Diems to corporate card programs benefit from more efficient operational procedures, increased savings and reduced T&E expenses.
demand but no per diem calculation to support it (e.g., "please
speculate that per diem calculations will give jurors a false sense that
Lawmakers get paid the per diem for the duration of the special session regardless of whether they're at the Capitol every day, according to Patsy Spaw, the secretary of the Senate.
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10031, the chair and members of the BEIs as well as support staff members shall receive a per diem at the rate of P1,000 a day for three days; P500 each for the verification and sealing of the Book of Voters, final testing and sealing of the vote counting machines and transportation allowance; and P2,000 for undergoing training.
All told, Ceretto's per diem payments were a drop in the bucket compared to the total.
If they attend two or three meetings a day, then they get the per diem for each meeting.
the per diem cost for medium-security prisoners at state facilities was
to receive the above-mentioned per diems and allowances as member of the BOD of the Orani Water District from March 1 to December 9, 2011.