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recoup

To sell an asset at a price sufficient to recover the original outlay or to offset a previous loss.
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Under current tolls it would take one to two years for the Government to recoup its costs but at the moment it is deliberately keeping its intentions hidden.
Later this year the aim is to further increase collection levels of all plastic bottles as part of a national plastic recycling communications initiative Recoup are leading on.
Every sale on Recoup generates a donation to the nonprofit organization selected by the vendor or by the buyer.
The gig is to try and recoup some of the costs from the lengthy but successful campaign, as well as to celebrate.
As a result it would take up to 208 years for owners to recoup the cost of their outlay through lower fuel bills, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors' Building Cost Information Service (BCIS).
As a result, it would take up to 208 years for people to recoup the cost of their outlay through lower fuel bills, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors' Building Cost Information Service (BCIS).
Fannie Mae's federal regulator is seeking to recoup $100 million in "performance" bonuses paid to former executives at the mortgage giant.
A report by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) predicts that banks will reintroduce yearly fees to recoup money lost as a result of enforced caps to penalty charges.
More and more companies are recognizing the bottom-line need to formally address the issues of retired, idle and surplus assets to reduce risk and recoup maximum value from these capital assets.
British Airways spokesperson told reporters the carrier is giving "no consideration" to suing the UK government to recoup the nearly [pounds sterling]50 million ($94.
Maximum Mama also failed to recoup $40,000 dollars from a couple of maternity boutiques and a regional department store that went bankrupt.