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01. If you want to register for the program, you must pay an application [fee] of $50 by January 3rd.
02. The realtor's [fee] for selling my house was almost $4000.
03. Massage therapists' [fees] have decreased by about 5% this year.
04. Most of our dental [fees] are paid by our insurance.
05. There is a one-time [fee] of $25 to connect you to the Internet.
06. What is your monthly [fee] for your cellular phone?
07. The Martians charged the American astronauts a [fee] of two hundred trillion dollars to visit their planet.
08. A man once said that experience is a good school, but the [fees] are high.
09. There is a French proverb which observes that God heals, and the physician takes the [fee].
10. People must now pay a user [fee] for physiotherapy in this province.
11. There is a road tax for everyone leaving the African nation of Lesotho, set at the incredible [fee] of thirty-five cents.
12. Employees have the option of having their parking permit [fee] deducted from their paycheck.
13. In 2002, Wales announced its plans to stop charging tuition [fees] for university students.
14. Check the current [fee] schedule to determine the cost for services.
15. In ancient China, doctors would only receive [fees] for their services if the patient stayed in good health.

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  • fée — fée …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • fee — n [Middle English, fief, from Old French fé fief, ultimately from a Germanic word akin to Old High German fehu cattle] 1: an inheritable freehold estate in real property; esp: fee simple compare leasehold; life estate at estate …   Law dictionary

  • fée — [ fe ] n. f. • v. 1140; sens fig. XVIIIe; lat. pop. Fata, n. pr., déesse des destinées, de fatum « destin » 1 ♦ Être imaginaire de forme féminine auquel la légende attribue un pouvoir surnaturel et une influence sur la destinée des humains. Bonne …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Fee — Fée Take the Fair Face of Woman… de Sophie Anderson Une fée (du latin fata, pluriel neutre de fatum, « destin », interprété comme un féminin) est une créature surnaturelle, issue des croyances populaires (folklore), des mythologies… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Fee — (f[=e]), n. [OE. fe, feh, feoh, cattle, property, money, fief, AS. feoh cattle, property, money; the senses of property, money, arising from cattle being used in early times as a medium of exchange or payment, property chiefly consisting of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • FEE — steht für Fédération des Experts Comptables Européens, Interessenvertretung der Wirtschaftsprüfer in Europa FEE (Band), Vertreter der Neuen Deutschen Welle Fördergesellschaft Erneuerbare Energien e.V., Vereins zur Wissensverbreitung über… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • fée — (fée) s. f. 1°   Être fantastique à qui l on attribuait un pouvoir surnaturel, le don de divination et une très grande influence sur la destinée, et que l on se figurait avec une baguette, signe de puissance. •   On a banni les démons et les fées …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • fee — FÉE, fee, s.f. (livr.) Zână. – Din fr. fée. Trimis de LauraGellner, 17.05.2004. Sursa: DEX 98  FÉE s. v. zână. Trimis de siveco, 13.09.2007. Sursa: Sinonime  fée s. f., art. féea, g. d …   Dicționar Român

  • Fee — Fee, Darstellung von Sophie Gengembre Anderson Feen sind nach romanischer und keltischer Volkssage geisterhafte, mit höheren Kräften begabte Fabelwesen, die sowohl weiblich als auch männlich sein können. Begriff und Name entwickelten sich aus den …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • fee — (fē) n. 1. A fixed sum charged, as by an institution or by law, for a privilege: »a license fee; tuition fees. 2. A charge for professional services: »a surgeon s fee. 3. A tip; a gratuity. 4. Law See …   Word Histories

  • fee — W2S2 [fi:] n [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: fé, fief, from Medieval Latin feudum; FEUDAL] an amount of money that you pay to do something or that you pay to a professional person for their work ▪ school fees ▪ The health club charges an… …   Dictionary of contemporary English