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subsistence allowance/payment etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsubsistence allowance/payment etcsubsistence allowance/payment etcmoney that is paid to someone so that they can buy meals, pay for a place to stay etc subsistence
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subsistence allowance/payment etcHe would also have received a subsistence allowance from his employers.Parish authorities generally were constantly reviewing their ideas about what constituted a minimum acceptable subsistence payment during this period.Travelling and subsistence allowances are not subject to tax.To receive their full daily subsistence allowances, MEPs must have taken part in half the roll-call votes.They consist of: £29 a day subsistence allowance to cover meals, taxis and other incidentals.They recommended that volunteers receive subsistence payments for child minding and other special needs.
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