(of a person) Having reached a point where the thing mentioned is required or owed
she was due for a raise
you're more than due a vacation
(of a thing) Required or owed as a legal or moral obligation
he was only taking back what was due to him
you must pay any income tax due
Of the proper quality or extent; adequate
driving without due care and attention
A person's right; what is owed to someone
he attracts more criticism than is his due
An obligatory payment; a fee
he had paid trade union dues for years
(with reference to a point of the compass) Exactly; directly
we'll head due south again on the same road
directly or exactly; straight; "went due North"
owed and payable immediately or on demand; "payment is due"
that which is deserved or owed; "give the devil his due"
a payment that is due (e.g., as the price of membership); "the society dropped him for non-payment of dues"
due(p): scheduled to arrive; "the train is due in 15 minutes"
suitable to or expected in the circumstances; "all due respect"; "due cause to honor them"; "a long due promotion"; "in due course"; "due esteem"; "exercising due care"
A due (Italian) or à deux (French) is a musical direction meaning "for two" . Most often seen in its abbreviated form a2, the marking signifies that on a staff that normally carries parts for two players, both players are to play the single part in unison. ...
Deserved acknowledgment; A membership fee; Owed or owing; Appropriate; Scheduled; expected; Having reached the expected, scheduled, or natural time; Directly; exactly
(dues) Membership fees
(DUES) Periodic payments by union members for the financial support of their union.
(dues) orders taken before a title is published or while it is unavailable – these orders are then fulfilled when stock is again available. They are often called ‘back orders’ and sometimes 'pre-orders'.
(Dues) Charge of joining a fraternity or sorority. Covers costs of operation, formal events, activities and other events.
(Dues) 1. Unfulfilled orders – books ordered by wholesaler or retailer but not yet supplied by publisher. Most often this arises before publication, where subscription orders are held as dues – and are also known as ‘forward orders’ – but it also happens when a title is out of stock and awaiting ...
(Dues) An amount of money, often a percentage of monthly salary, paid by union members to their local union. Dues usually go into effect after a contract is signed and are often deducted by the employer from the employee's paycheck and forwarded to the union office. ...
(Dues) Are union membership fees. The amount you pay is usually determined by the hours you work each week or your earnings. This system is designed to be fair for everyone.
(Dues) Fees paid to a Greek organization for membership, they are often paid per term.
(Dues) Fees paid to the organization you are affiliated with. Dues must be paid to remain in “good standing” with your chapter.
(Dues) Money paid by workers to the union which represents them. See Checkoff.
(Dues) Monthly payment by members to their unions. The amount is set by either the constitution or bylaws, and is subject to revision by the membership. Payments are based on fixed amounts or the individual member’s hourly rate. See also Becks Rights.
(Dues) Paid annually by all Junior League members
(Dues) Payment extorted by band parents organization as a condition of membership.
(Dues) The monetary obligation associated with membership in a fraternity or sorority. These fees are used for operation of the chapter and vary from chapter to chapter.
(Dues) The premium billed for a contract.
(Dues) These are not paid monthly from a debit card. These are paid with time, sweat, and sacrifice.
(Dues) money paid to a sorority or fraternity to cover expenses, suchs as socials, insurance, leadership programs and member recruitment.