The act gives training, respite care, and stipends to family members who take on the role of long-term caregivers to the wounded.
One final note before I move on to more pressing correspondence—Butch and Leon have again neglected my stipends.
The stipends of the Master and Usher were not wholly ungenerous.
The stipends of the pastors were also in great part wanting.
The stipends are raised by rates on the several parishes; and in addition to these, the clergy receive the usual surplice fees.
He abated the stipends of the Captayns, whom they nominate Saniachi.
Arabs in Islam and entered them therein according to their tribes and assigned to them their stipends.
And their own fat pockets were the first to be emptied of half their stipends.
The stipends of Methodist ministers in those days were very small.
The stipends of the Librarian and Assistants at this time amounted jointly to 51 6s.