In spite of her long days and her slim perquisites, the girl is affable, smiling, and gay.
"Literary Tours in The Highlands and Islands of Scotland" by Daniel Turner Holmes
All perquisites of railroad officers should be abolished.
"The Railroad Question" by William Larrabee
The Church has had a monopoly of these profitable perquisites ever since.
"Men, Women, and Gods" by Helen H. Gardener
Why hadn't they taken an example by some of the old stock, and divided the whole thing among them in perquisites?
"Phemie Frost's Experiences" by Ann S. Stephens
Fine wines are a perquisite of money.
"The Galaxy" by Various
These clothes are the perquisite of his pages, and will fetch a pretty sum.
"The Greville Memoirs" by Charles C. F. Greville
It was a perquisite which we looked for and prized as much as he did himself.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 15, No. 90, April, 1865" by Various
Government was a personal matter in that day; public place was a personal perquisite.
"In the Heart of a Fool" by William Allen White
Gave the Old Tory party quite a turn, And office with snug perquisites did spurn?
"Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 98, 1890.05.10" by Various
It keeps up a good spirit, and is one of my own little perquisites.
"The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 4 (of 25)" by Robert Louis Stevenson
If you've been following Ultrabooks, you'll know that Intel has a bunch of perquisites before you can call the system an Ultrabook.
The action guts the Senate's current gift rule, an ingeniously crafted clause that appears to force lawmakers to disclose the gifts on their own, but in fact allows them to keep secret any perquisites that they can legally accept.