paylist

paylist

(ˈpeɪˌlɪst)
n
a list of people to be paid
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A paylist for Drury Lane from 1774 provides a weekly wage scale for the entire company.
Betting exchanges, by their very nature, have already been responsible for revealing practices surrounding the privileged information of certain stables and their associated bookmakers, on whose paylist they were.
According to the Sunday Times Paylist 2002, Larsson raked in pounds 2.
Sir Anthony is highest paid actor OVERALL the Sunday Times Paylist puts Andrew Vicari at number one in Wales and number 18 in the national list.
Ferer uses paylists to document the size, composition, and stability of this chapel through Philip's death in 1506.
Throughout the preceding chapters, extensive tables of rosters, paylists, and the like are welcome aids that offer supporting data without interrupting the narrative.
Chapter 4 provides a richly detailed portrait of life in the chapel through its statutes and ordinances, paylists, and other evidence.
Several chapel paylists are extant for the years 1473-80, and here a rather clearer picture of the chapel emerges than for the reign of Ludovico.
The amount of funding for relief in a municipality was determined by the provincial government, while employers were required to forward paylists to local relief departments to improve the detection of unreported income.