Caterpillar notched record profits in 2012 and then in early 2013 bludgeoned its unions into accepting a six-year wage freeze.
Oregon Taliban plot October 2002 Seven Oregonians arrested in plot to join the Taliban and wage war against the United States.
But there is no wage premium that I am aware of for going to an explicitly teaching focused school.
Patriotic hackers, as the name implies, are people who wage cyberwarfare in the name of a country.
The House Speaker said that paying workers more actually hurts them, because wage requirements increases costs for businesses.
The importance of the principle of standardization in wage settlement.
They asked for a wage, a bunk, and grub; nothing else mattered.
Laura told her the weekly wage Mrs. Pendleton had guaranteed.
For death, as all must see, is only the wage of sin, the ripe fruit of evil.
Divil a wage or wages I'll name, sir; that's a matter I'll lave to your own generosity.
c.1300, "a payment for services rendered," also in Middle English "a pledge of security" (mid-14c.), from Old North French wage (Old French guage) "pledge," from Frankish *wadja- (cf. Old English wedd, Gothic wadi "pledge"); see wed. Modern French cognate gages (plural) means "wages of a domestic," one of a plethora of French words for different classes, e.g. traitement (university professor), paye, salaire (workman), solde (soldier), récompense, prix. The Old English word was lean, related to loan and representing the usual Germanic form (cf. Gothic laun, Dutch loon, German lohn).
early 14c., "to pledge, deposit as a pledge," from Old North French wagier (Old French gagier), from wage (see wage (n.)). Meaning "to carry on" (of war, etc.) is attested from mid-15c., probably from earlier sense of "to offer as a gage of battle" (early 15c.). Related: Waged; waging.