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Sec. 44.032. ENFORCEMENT OF PURCHASE PROCEDURES: CRIMINAL PENALTIES; REMOVAL; INELIGIBILITY.

This subsection does not prohibit the payment of retirement benefits to the removed person or the...

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Plural alternatives: worker (workers)

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worker: workers

Synonyms in this publication:

worker: actor, agent, architect, assistant, bee, employee, executor, hand, jobber, maker, medium, migrant, operative, operator, perpetrator, practitioner, producer, servant, soldier, subject, temporary

compensation: alienation, amends, autism, composition, compromise, consideration, correction, damages, earnings, fixing, hire, income, indemnification, indemnity, pay, payment, payroll, penalty, price, projection, punishment, redemption, refund, reimbursement, remedy, remuneration, repair, repairing, repayment, return, reward, salary, salvage, satisfaction, substitution, wage, wages, withdrawal

These words have practice notes in the legal dictionary: compensation

  

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