SALARY , apayment for services rendered, usually a stipulated sum paid monthly, quarterly,
See also:half-yearly or yearly, and for a permanent or lengthy
See also:term of employment . It is generally contrasted with " wages," a term applied to weekly or daily payment for
See also:manual services . As laid down by
See also:Bowen, L . J., In re Shine (1892)) 1 Q.B . 529, " Salary means a definite payment for
See also:personal services under some contract and computed by
See also:time." The Latin salarium meant originally
See also:money (
See also:Lat. sal, salt), i.e. the sum paid to soldiers for salt . In
See also:post-Augustan Latin the word was applied to any
See also:allowance, pension or
See also:stipend .
ALONSO JERONIMO DE SALAS BARBADILLO (c. 1580-1635)
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