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Award

To give a contract to a person or company, especially after competitive bidding from multiple persons or companies. That is, a company awards a contract when it decides to do business with somebody.
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defendants' attorney's fees were properly awardable under
19) However, Midway and Wood are equally clear that cost items that are not taxable pursuant to the uniform guidelines are nevertheless awardable when the operative contract specifically identifies those costs as being recoverable by the prevailing party.
If the IRS was substantially justified, no litigation costs are awardable.
The second part of the contract, which is an option awardable at the discretion of the NIAID, would be worth approximately $55m and require delivery of a further 2.
HH Shaikh Nawaf bin Rashid bin Isa Al Khalifa has been awarded the King Hussain Insignia awardable to high-achievers in each batch.
T]he most reasonable inference is that the term "costs" in Rule 68 was intended to refer to all costs properly awardable under the relevant substantive statute or other authority.
10) The purpose of the bond increase provision is to preserve the lienor's right to adequate security for the attorneys' fees, costs, and interest that are properly awardable to a lienor who prevails on a construction lien foreclosure and which would otherwise be paid from the proceeds of the ensuing sale.
However, simply because it ultimately turns out that a party cannot prevail upon its claims in a summary decision does not mean that fees are automatically awardable.