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More timber tax bills are pending now in the legislature than at any time since the severance tax was eliminated, Wiser said, crediting the news organizations’ investigation with sparking renewed interest in the issue.

With these alleged new revelations, McDonald’s argued it had cause to fire Easterbrook and that he should repay his severance.

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Baselga wasn’t the only former official to receive severance from Memorial Sloan Kettering in 2019.

Coe asked McGrath to confirm details about the call, including that he requested a severance equal to a year’s pay as he was departing the agency to become Hogan’s chief of staff.

The men are paid for individual appearances and performances, while the women opted for a pay structure that includes more security in the form of negotiated annual salaries, child-care benefits and severance.

The company is slating at least $1 billion to pay for severance and other related costs alone.

In September, he will get a severance of 16 weeks' pay from the company, which he said, “should last me until the New Year.”

The severance, another reporter explained to me, will not be paid to anyone who takes another job before September.

Forcing those fired to stay on until September in order to get their severance, they said, seemed particularly cruel.

“He tried to do a severance tax on the energy industry,” said Zawistowski.

With both Tom and me it was friendship at first sight, and nothing until the final severance came ever disturbed its course.

In Plymouth it took the form of separatism, or a simple severance from the Church of England.

Mrs. Severance, the friend Louise had brought out for the week-end, he supposed; she swam remarkably for a woman.

"If you float—after a while you don't know quite where you're floating," said Mrs. Severance's voice detachedly.

Gordon determined to begin his campaign by attacking these two places, when the severance would be complete.

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On this page you'll find 76 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to severance, such as: analysis, apportionment, autopsy, bisection, breaking, and carving.

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

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