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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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According to Remodeling magazine, homeowners are less likely to recoup their investment in a major kitchen or bathroom remodel than they would with basic home maintenance, such as new siding.
Meeting these objectives, says RECOUP, will enable the collection, sorting and recycling of black plastic packaging, and the development of sustainable solutions which can be embraced by all members of the supply and recycling chain.
The RECOUP Act makes a simple and needed change that would result in big savings.
The Spanish central bank has said that it expects to recoup a part of the funds that were injected into the banking system during the financial crisis.
Plaid Cymru's Westminster Transport spokesman Jonathan Edwards said: "While the crossings are likely to revert to public ownership by 2018, the UK Government will still have the right to recoup its costs.
By selling to recoup your purchase price, you do eliminate any chance of an overall loss, but with fewer shares, you'll reap a smaller profit as the stock rises.
Steve Morgan, technical manager at Recoup Recycling, said: "Nampak is a valued member of Recoup, working towards challenging plastic packaging recycling targets in the UK.
At the rate that my panels are working it would take me more than 13 years at the current feed-in-tariff rate to recoup this money and that is with 3.
Recoup is the perfect home for EcoBabyBuys and we look forward to continuing to grow together as a family," says Manuela Trotta, co-founder of EcoBabyBuys.
Rovers are keen to recoup a higher proportion of Goodwillie's PS20,000-a-week salary - or a even transfer fee, with Bolton waiting in the wings to pick up the tab.
Did not recoup its full costs in its limited Broadway engagement during the 2009-10 season.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 20, 2012--Lloyds to recoup part of 2011 bonuses of executives(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.