Perhaps something like that commission should be considered for the primary debates.
But since her Body Talk tour ended a few years ago, Robyn has been pretty much out of commission.
The GOP platform itself called for the Fed to be audited and for a commission to look at reestablishing the gold standard.
But they encouraged runaway speculation, sometimes by commission, but more subtly and devastatingly by determined neglect.
It regulated the interest on every checking account and the commission on every purchase or sale of stock.
As to the banker's part in the transaction, the whole question is one of commission.
My $13,000 commission from the European trip had melted away.
To deprive of commission, warrant, or rating, by court-martial.
When Vienna refused its assent, Koch resigned his commission.
"We'll get him a commission in a marching regiment," said my father.
mid-14c., "authority entrusted to someone," from Latin commissionem (nominative commissio) "delegation of business," noun of action from past participle stem of committere (see commit). Meaning "body of persons charged with authority" is from late 15c.
1660s, from commission (n.). Related: Commissioned; commissioning.
A fee paid to a broker or other financial agent for negotiating a sale. The fee is based on a percentage of the sale price.