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The corporate partners pay a subscription fee per year to post courses, and students can access all courses for free.

Unless he gets a respite from another court, the rapper will appear on just 12 ballots, three of them in states where he needed only to pay a fee for access.

With corporate travel you can cancel change fees but sometimes you still won’t get the full refund on the ticket.

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The firm has 45 commitments from investors, including many in the $1 billion range, it said without specifying whether the money is heading into the high-fee Pure Alpha hedge funds or low fee long-only products.

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Now Arm is being acquired by one of those competitors, which may use its position to hike licensing and royalty fees on its rivals or to deny them access to the latest technology.

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These “free” games display ads, often in obnoxious places, in lieu of the entry fee.

The user fee on duck stamps goes exclusively to funding federal acquisition of wetlands as wildlife habitat.

The Federal Duck Stamp Act raised the fee on stamps needed to hunt waterfowl on federal land from $15 to $25.

Meanwhile CBS announced a similar deal this year that will offer their catalogue of shows online for a monthly fee.

For a large fee, you could be pushed down the boardwalk on a rolling wicker chair by a black worker.

I was proud of my début as an arbitrator, especially as it was rewarded by, what seemed to me then, a very handsome fee.

A country girl, riding by a turnpike-road without paying toll, the gate-keeper hailed her and demanded his fee.

If you killed on a job Carlson considered the danger greater and pushed up his fee accordingly.

If upon a boat, let one of the servants perform this office, being careful to fee him for it.

When the Turks saw a destroyer come bustling up at an unusual hour they said to themselves, "fee faw fum!"


On this page you'll find 73 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fee, such as: account, bill, commission, compensation, cost, and cut.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.