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Currently, ESOPs are taxable as perquisites at the time of exercise.
In many cases the jailor—for all remuneration and perquisite—was allowed to keep a tap.
The several Plates will be paid without any Deduction or Perquisite.
No consular fee has been paid until now, when, an agent being appointed, each vessel pays him a perquisite of four dollars.
It was his perquisite, and from the gold he panned out he ultimately made enough to put him through college.
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If credit be given, the merchant is responsible, and receives a perquisite of five per cent on all sales.
Stayner's course in treating the newspaper postage as his perquisite came in for the strongest reprobation.
Whenever a vessel was stranded upon the coast, he seized upon every thing that could be saved from the wreck, as his perquisite.
Well, I've made some rules about presentations myself, since it's really a sort of personal perquisite of the Ambassador.
Among the Makololo the hump and ribs belong to the chief; among the Bakwains the breast is his perquisite.

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propinquitynoun | [proh-ping-kwi-tee ]SEE DEFINITION
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