Base fee

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Base fee formerly, an estate held at the will of the lord; now, a qualified fee. See note under Fee n., 4.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Base fee a qualified fee, a freehold estate of inheritance to which a qualification is annexed
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
A.S. feoh, cattle, property: a special kind of property, property in land; Ger. vieh, Ice. ; allied to L. pecus, cattle, pecunia, money.

Usage

In literature:

This demand for a fee for every religious who goes through is a very base thing.
"The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898: Volume XIV., 1606-1609" by Various
BASE FEE, in law, a freehold estate of inheritance which is limited or qualified by the existence of certain conditions.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 3" by Various
The rate of the fee for motor vehicles should be based on their destructive effect on the road so far as that is possible.
"American Rural Highways" by T. R. Agg
After such hospitality he would be a base-minded man if he made any suggestion of a fee.
"Furze the Cruel" by John Trevena
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In news:

Portland-based Umpqua Bank is the latest to be hit with a class-action lawsuit for the way it charges overdraft fees.
The class-action lawsuit contends that Charlotte, N.C.-based Bank of America processed its debit card and check payments in a way that triggered more overdrafts and therefore more fees.
It's no secret that celebrities make a lot of money, but much of their salary is based on appearance fees – and, seriously, these pay days just don't seem fair.
The Council voted three-two Monday night to get rid of the $6.50 administration fee based on water meters.
Consider the math compiled by the North Carolina-based Center for Responsible Lending: A typical borrower pays back $793 in fees and interest to a payday lender, all for the privilege of receiving $325 in cash.
Regulatory Fees Should Be Based on Ability to Pay.
One common complaint about the transition from fee-for-service reimbursement to value-based schemes is that such groundbreaking changes cannot be done overnight, and must be phased in.
The Christie Administration on Wednesday will launch the state's free web-based saltwater fishing registry, keeping recreational saltwater fishing in New Jersey a sport that anyone can enjoy without having to pay fees.
Fee-based subsequent years Provide Windows NT support.
Long Beach Press Telegram Online Archive, (fee based).
Nashoba Publishing Online Archive, (fee based).
Contra Costa Times Online Archive, (fee based).
The Monterey County Herald Online Archive, (fee based).
Swirl also expects to eventually develop a fee or commission-based structure to charge retailers for sales generated on Swirl 's website or app.
Bishop David Maxwell, the city of Lansing's director of Community and Faith Based Initiatives, was delinquent on $6,520 in property taxes and late fees for his home for the last two years before his church paid the taxes Monday.
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In science:

Figure 3.28: Timing diagram for processing one physics event, showing the operation of the B EE T LE-based analog FEE board and the FEC and SRU components of the SRS, staying well within the PHENIX specifications for digitization and readout.
sPHENIX: An Upgrade Concept from the PHENIX Collaboration
There is no longer a need for publication of rate coefficients or cross sections in obscure laboratory internal publications or conference proceedings, and results based on proprietary or fee-based databases or computational tools are receiving limited attention.
Atomic Data for X-ray Astrophysics
In this review we therefore intentionally omit reference to unpublished data, data which is part of a fee-based or proprietary database or code package, or which is published in obscure laboratory internal reports or conference proceedings which are not widely available.
Atomic Data for X-ray Astrophysics
Based on Web of Science data (a fee-based data base), field-specific excellence can be identified in cities where highlycited papers were published more frequently than can be expected.
Which cities produce excellent papers worldwide more than can be expected? A new mapping approach--using Google Maps--based on statistical significance testing
The proposed system generates the comparative summary from the set of URLs selected by user from the search result based on the specified feature set. The comparative summary contains the text relevant to placement and training, infrastructure details, result details and fee structures from the selected URLs.
Query sensitive comparative summarization of search results using concept based segmentation
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