it is necessary to destroy their capacity to wage war
A fixed regular payment, typically paid on a daily or weekly basis, made by an employer to an employee, esp. to a manual or unskilled worker
we were struggling to get better wages
The part of total production that is the return to labor as earned income as distinct from the remuneration received by capital as unearned income
The result or effect of doing something considered wrong or unwise
the wages of sin is death
engage: carry on (wars, battles, or campaigns); "Napoleon and Hitler waged war against all of Europe"
something that remunerates; "wages were paid by check"; "he wasted his pay on drink"; "they saved a quarter of all their earnings"
(wages) a recompense for worthy acts or retribution for wrongdoing; "the wages of sin is death"; "virtue is its own reward"
A wage is a compensation, usually financial, received by workers in exchange for their labor.
The Javanese calendar is a calendar still in use by the Javanese people of Indonesia concurrently with two other important calendars, the Gregorian calendar and the Islamic calendar. ...
WAGE is a News/Talk/Sports formatted broadcast radio station though is currently silent. WAGE is licensed to Leesburg, Virginia, serving Leesburg and Loudoun County, Virginia. WAGE is owned and operated by New World Radio, Inc., a subsidiary of Potomac Radio, LLC.
an amount of money paid to a worker for a specified quantity of work, usually expressed on an hourly basis; To wager, bet; To employ for wages; to hire; To conduct or carry out (a war or other contest)
(Wages) A payment, usually of money, for labor or services performed.
(Wages) All payment for services performed for an employer. Wages do not have to be cash. The cash value of all compensation paid to an employee in any form other than cash is also considered wages (unless the form of payment is specifically not covered under the Social Security Act). ...
(wages) Compensation received by employees for services performed. Usually, wages are computed by multiplying an hourly pay rate by the number of hours worked.
(Wages) Payments made to the employees of a business for their work on behalf of the business. These are classed as expense items and must not be confused with 'drawings' taken by sole-proprietors and partnerships (see Drawings ).
(wages) money paid to workers in exchange for doing a job
(Wages) This term refers to all remuneration for personal services, specifically, it includes commissions, bonuses, severance or terminal pay, gratuities, and the cash value of other forms of payment, such as room and board. ...
(Wages) with respect to the flow of wealth, the return for leasing labor.
(WAGES) pay for services rendered by employees which is directly related to time (hours) worked.
(Wages) Amount earned by an employee, before tax withholding and deductions, for a certain period of service.
(Wages) Any remuneration for covered service, from whatever source, paid by an employing unit to an individual in its employ.
(Wages) Beginning January 1997, information is collected by the Labour Force Survey on the usual wage or salary of employees at their main job. Respondents are asked to report their wage/salary before taxes and other deductions, and include tips, commissions and bonuses. ...
(Wages) Compensation for human labor. Subsistence on wages alone tends to make the wage earner dependent on the employer and leaves him economically vulnerable in the global marketplace. TOP^
(Wages) Earnings made by a worker before any payroll tax deductions.
(Wages) Payment by an employer to a worker for services performed on an hourly, daily, or weekly basis or according to a specified piecework rate. Like a salary, wages are subject to state and federal income tax and Social Security tax withholding.
(Wages) Payments for labor services that are directly tied to time worked or to the number of units of output produced.
(Wages) Rate of (mention only in Mat 20:2); to be punctually paid (Lev 19:13; Deu 24:14, Deu 24:15); judgments threatened against the withholding of (Jer 22:13; Mal 3:5; compare Jam 5:4); paid in money (Mat 20:1); to Jacob in kind (Gen 29:15, Gen 29:20; Gen 30:28; Gen 31:7, Gen 31:8, Gen 31:41).
(Wages) The amount you receive for work performed for an employer.