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  1. duesnoun

    Membership fees.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of dues in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of dues in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of dues in a Sentence

  1. Lee Busby:

    I would never, ever make it in a conventional campaign, i’ve never been interested or willing to pay the kind of political dues that one has to pay to move up.

  2. Bryant McGill, Stanford Lectures on Poetry, 1990:

    In order to deserve, we must pay our dues and steadily work for perfection. We must relish in struggle, and relinquish pride. We must dispel fear and seek enlightenment. We must shun division and honor love. We must know our hearts and seek to understand others. We must try, live, create, feel, grow and love.

  3. Dylan Baker:

    This is historic, the first union at a major tech company by and for all tech workers. We will elect representatives, we will make decisions democratically, we will pay dues, and we will hire skilled organizers to ensure all workers at Google know they can work with us if they actually want to see their company reflect their values.

  4. Sameer Kalra:

    It will be very difficult for RCom to meet the ordered payment and group companies might be utilized to pay the dues through inter-corporate loans, this puts risk on group companies as well and might result in the delay in the sale of stakes in other companies.

  5. Gwen Ragsdale:

    African-Americans were on the front lines of every way, from the Spanish-American War, throughout the Revolutionary war, the Civil War, both World Wars, Vietnam, we have paid our dues with our blood and our toil, so America owes African Americans much more than they are willing to acknowledge.

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