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bonus mom

An alternative to the title "step-mom," which is a female caregiver of a child who assumed the parental role through marriage to one of the child's original (usually biological) parents. Most commonly, a step-mom is the second wife of a child's biological father. I live with my mom during the week and then visit my dad and bonus mom every other weekend.
See also: bonus, mom

bonus dad

An alternative to the title "step-dad," which is a male caregiver of a child who assumed the parental role through marriage to one of the child's original (usually biological) parents. Most commonly, a step-dad is the second husband of a child's biological mother. I live with my dad during the week and then visit my mom and bonus dad every other weekend.
See also: bonus, dad

bonus child

An alternative to the title "step-child," which is a child of a step-parent who assumed the parental role through marriage to one of the child's original (usually biological) parents. Most commonly, the step-parent is the second spouse of one of the child's biological parents. My bonus children come to visit their father and me every other weekend.
See also: bonus, child

bonus kid

An alternative to the title "step-kid," which is a child of a step-parent who assumed the parental role through marriage to one of the child's original (usually biological) parents. Most commonly, the step-parent is the second spouse of one of the child's biological parents. My bonus kids come to visit their father and me every other weekend.
See also: bonus, kid

bonus daughter

An alternative to the title "step-daughter," which is a female child of a step-parent who assumed the parental role through marriage to one of the child's original (usually biological) parents. Most commonly, the step-parent is the second spouse of one of the child's biological parents. My bonus daughter comes to visit her father and me every other weekend.
See also: bonus, daughter

bonus son

An alternative to the title "step-son," which is a male child of a step-parent who assumed the parental role through marriage to one of the child's original (usually biological) parents. Most commonly, the step-parent is the second spouse of one of the child's biological parents. My bonus son comes to visit his father and me every other weekend.
See also: bonus, son

bonus

Used as an interjection in reaction to a pleasant occurrence or receiving some benefit, often a surprising one. A: "And I got some ice cream for you, too." B: "Ooh, bonus!"

Bonus!

(ˈbonəs)
exclam. That’s great!; That’s good enough to earn a bonus! Bonus! That’s the best news I’ve heard in a long time!
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Petr Yan: $64,000 ($30,000 to show, $30,000 win bonus, $4,000 fight week incentive pay)
Some of the equity analysts are of the view that issue of bonus shares in not a divided but simply conversion of reserves into shares.
Kelly Hancock of North Richland Hills, who said he needs to learn more about the growth of the bonus payouts.
Focusing on the private sector, bonus payments rose 6.5% to PS45.7bn for the period, in contrast to public sector bonus growth of 5.8% to PS650m.
If an employee brings a wage claim at the DOL and prevails, in addition to the bonus amount, the DOL could award liquidated damages, which is an additional amount equaling the bonus owed.
The figures come as a new survey suggests more than a third of UK finance professionals working at a company with a bonus scheme believe the payouts are "undeserved".
The market also seems to have rewarded the companies, with around 31 per cent of them witnessing double-digit growth in market cap after the bonus issues.
50% Bonus - Bonus code HOTDEAL50 (may be redeemed twice)
The Bonus Warrants will be exercisable at any time from the date of issue (which is expected to be Wednesday, 4 May 2016) to the last day of the 12 months thereafter (both days inclusive).
Many factors affected last year's bonus payments including company performance, employees' performance in relation to agreed targets, superiors' notes and recommendations, feedback from colleagues and internal audits and inspections.
Helfrich will earn a $50,000 bonus, the minimum established by his contract for leading the Ducks to a bowl game.
For 39 per cent of bonus recipients, the primary use of their payment will be to settle debt, with a further 16 per cent using the bonus to pay bills, such as rent or school fees.
ISLAMABAD -- capital Development Authority (CDA) has approved Eid bonus for its Christian employees on the eve of Easter.
* As discussed in this article, whether an employer can take a deduction for bonus payments in the year before payment depends on the details of the bonus plan and when the payments are made.
But under the new bonus regime, NR's bosses could still get deferred annual bonuses totalling 20% of salary.