44 examples of pay-roll in sentences

Joe didn't seem to care whether I hired him or not; but I put him on the pay-roll, and while he was with us he drew his five dollars a day.

Some idea of the magnitude of the business of | | the house may be inferred from the fact that the pay-roll | | contains the names of more than 1,000 persons.

If you're that sot on it, the boy quits the company pay-roll as an employee right now.

The beggar got his money regularly for a year, and then in auditing accounts Tom found the name on the pay-roll, and as Tom could not remember how the name got there, he at first thought the pay-roll was being stuffed.

The beggar got his money regularly for a year, and then in auditing accounts Tom found the name on the pay-roll, and as Tom could not remember how the name got there, he at first thought the pay-roll was being stuffed.

The case came to trial, and Jaggers proved his case se offendendoargal: it was shown by the defendant's books that His Bacteria had been on the pay-roll and his name had been stricken off without suggestion, request, cause, reason or fault of his own.

And that little man with white whiskers?" "He's the official who has appointed his daughters, those three little girls, assistants in his department, so as to get their names on the pay-roll.

There may be a man named Croisset among our three hundred workersyou can tell by looking at the pay-roll.

By the way, I looked over our pay-roll and there is no Croisset on it.

When a single man takes the general charge of five hundred miles of railroad, upon which the annual pay-roll is a million of dollars, and which employs over two hundred locomotives and three thousand cars, earning five million dollars a year,a road which cost thirty-three million, has five miles in length of bridges, and over four hundred buildings,it is plain that the system of operation must be somewhat elaborate.

The pay-roll has been talked about so much that it has seemed to become the whole thing.

Having such "jobs," it constitutes a heavy burden on the tax-payers; deprived of its places on the Government pay-roll, it becomes a social and political menace.

This time he raised a pay-roll.

It was an easy task, for the custodian of the pay-roll was a small man with a kindly and unsuspicious nature.

And the rest of the two thousand men on Ezra Calkins's pay-roll would come hanging around pestering you all with Winchesters.

as Social security and pay-roll accounting.

as Social security and pay-roll accounting.

That doesn't mean that you ought to coddle idleness, or to be slack with viciousness, or even to carry on the pay-roll well-meaning incompetence.

"That won't balance the pay-roll.

But his name goes off the pay-roll to-day.

I'll keep you on the pay-roll and charge this thousand up to profit and loss.

"Yes," said Edna, "there is more of it," and she began to read again: "'I intended to stop here and give you the rest of the matter in another letter, but now, as I have a good chance to write, I think it is better to keep on, although this letter is already as long as the pay-roll of the navy.

So when the beef season had ended, the calves had all been branded up and everything made snug for the winter, the foreman said to the boys at breakfast one morning, "Well, lads, I've kept you on the pay-roll as long as there has been anything to do, but this morning I'll have to give you your time.

It mattered little if our names were on the pay-roll or not, it clothed and fed us.

The whole British navy in 1812 cost 20,000,000 pounds; the pay-roll amounted to only 3,000,000 pounds; the common sailor was paid four pounds bounty and eighteen pounds a year, which might have been trebled at half the cost of an American war.

44 examples of  pay-roll  in sentences