per mensem

per mensem

(ˈpɜː ˈmɛnsəm)
adv
every month or by the month
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"I was better off once, sir," he did not fail to tell everybody who "used the room." "My son, sir, is at this minute chief magistrate of Ramgunge in the Presidency of Bengal, and touching his four thousand rupees per mensem. My daughter might be a Colonel's lady if she liked.
Section 33 (3) of the KP Local Government Act, 2013, said, 'where a new local government is to take over during a financial year as a result of fresh elections, the outgoing local government shall not spend funds or make commitments for any expenditure, under any demand for grant or appropriation, in excess of eight percent per mensem of the budgeted funds for remainder of its term in office.'
In these schools each school is getting Rs.750 per mensem. On this occasion representative of UNICEF Asif Ahrar was also present.
Accordingly, demographers have developed analytical techniques and procedures that allow them at once to measure seasonality and to standardize raw figures on vital events per mensem or season by adjusting for differences in the number of days per month in the calendar year.(23)
9,900 per mensem. The salary of a Chief Justice of a High Court from Rs.
He said that the passage of those budgets was in violation of Section 33 (3) of KP Local Government Act, 2013 which stated: 'Where a new local government is to take over during a financial year as a result of fresh elections, the outgoing local government shall not spend funds or make commitments for any expenditure, under any demand for grant or appropriation, in excess of eight percent per mensem of the budgeted funds for remainder of its term in office.'