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service contract

noun

  1. a contract between an employer and a senior employee, esp a director, executive, etc


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These benefits are not a luxury or the thanks of a grateful nation; they are part of a service contract.

During the last year of his service contract with the Marine Reserves, Christopher Lee Boyd was sent to Iraq.

Didn't she in fact owe him the whole marriage service contract?

They were the first to answer the medical calls from any planet with a medical service contract with Hospital Earth.

This was followed by the code letters that designated the planet, its location, and the number of its medical service contract.

But they were eager, before the Lancet disembarked, to sign a full medical service contract with the doctors from Hospital Earth.

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