• WordNet 3.6
    • n remunerator a person who pays money for something
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In literature:

If you have been receiving small remuneration, be assured that a capital all the smaller is needed in your town.
"The Golden Censer" by John McGovern
He calls for some remuneration.
"Salem Witchcraft, Volumes I and II" by Charles Upham
However, it was, at least, an honorable independence, poorly remunerated though it was, and she went to work with a will.
"Clemence" by Retta Babcock
This was to be the remuneration for the services which Prussia was to render him in this new war.
"History of the Expedition to Russia" by Count Philip de Segur
Give them a good room and good food, and I will remunerate you as far as money goes.
"The Harvest of Years" by Martha Lewis Beckwith Ewell
More attention will be paid to assuring to each one remuneration in proportion to the labor performed.
"Socialism and Modern Science (Darwin, Spencer, Marx)" by Enrico Ferri
A case is often made out on the grounds that wages are small, work very hard and the laborer therefore insufficiently remunerated.
"Explanation of Catholic Morals" by John H. Stapleton
Please find inclosed one dollar, remuneration for your kind services.
"The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English" by R. V. Pierce
He was not satisfied with his work or its remuneration.
"George Borrow The Man and His Books" by Edward Thomas
Why, the man was capable of offering me a remuneration!
"Dr. Dumany's Wife" by Mór Jókai

In news:

With this blend, Gould and other entrepreneurs manage to cash in on free labor —while glossing over the issue of financial remuneration.
Diageo CEO's Remuneration Jumps in Fiscal 2012.
Does the City of Portland receive remuneration from NBC for shooting Grimm here.
According to a Monday report in The Telegraph, Pensions and Investors Research Consultants (PIRC) advised shareholders to vote against Barclays' remuneration report.

In science:

This implies that if markets were inefficient, there would exist the possibility of unexploited profits and traders would immediately operate to obtain highest remunerations.
The beneficial role of random strategies in social and financial systems
However, there may be professors who select universities, on the basis of the net remuneration package that each university has to offer them, rather than on the identity of the individuals they would be associated with were they to be employed by a particular university.
Stable Outcomes For Contract Choice Problems
Similarly, a soccer player may choose a club, only if that club provides him at least the same remuneration that he was receiving in his present assignment.
Stable Outcomes For Contract Choice Problems
The compensation frequency is often on a daily basis and the (cash or asset) compensation amount is remunerated at overnight rate.
Two Curves, One Price: Pricing & Hedging Interest Rate Derivatives Decoupling Forwarding and Discounting Yield Curves