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I also introduced the “Golden Girls Bill” that would give a stipend to seniors who rent rooms to other seniors, allowing them to age-in-place while also creating small communities of support and companionship.
Local jurisdictions often pay poll workers a stipend via check for participation.
I applied for a nine-week certified nursing program but deregistered because I could not wait nine weeks to receive my first stipend.
Employee benefits are transforming in interesting ways From 401k to educational stipends, employers have changed a number of offerings to retain and attract staff in trying times.
Councilman Chris Cate then joined Lewis to discuss his proposals for helping families, who are now expected to co-teach more intensively, with tax credits and stipends.
The clergyman, with humble stipend, often hopeless from want of interest, has leisure—he has had education.
The fixed stipend was small, but the fabric, raised and adorned as funds allowed, was commodious and beautiful.
In 1695 we hear of a conventicle in Bungay, with a preacher with a regularly paid stipend of £40 a year.
EAST ANGLIAJ. EWING RITCHIE
He was not a very young man; turned thirty; but his stipend in the country had been only fifty pounds a-year.
He had no certain dwelling-place, no certain stipend, and bestowed all he got on works of charity.

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