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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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38) In striking down the arbitration clause, the court stressed the significant outlay of expert fees--estimated at over $1 million (39)--and the fact that such fees are not recoupable by successful litigants under the cost-shifting provisions applicable in either court or arbitration.
The costs for independent promoters, those paid to get the album played at radio stations, are sometimes 100% recoupable from the artist's royalties.
Plus, McLean offers his artists the chance to keep some of the money they earn from record sales once they've paid off half of the recoupable expenses they owe.
The hospital issued cut-backs in new equipment, energy use, educational course costs, recoupable posts, travelling expenses, external contracts, and educational course costs.
In connection with the agreement, Image will receive a $3 million advance deposit, recoupable by BMG against future royalties due Image.
Will the company's investment in an operation abroad be recoupable in U.
What is important from the policy point-of-view is that the credit-based income-generating projects have achieved this remarkable success among a population that has been bypassed by the conventional development programmes, and that this has been achieved by a self-sustaining and self-generating approach of recoupable and recycling loan programmes.
What remains to be seen is how vigorous EEOC will be in seeking the damages it has said are recoupable.
0 million recoupable advance upon the initial integration of PGIC's progressive technology with Shuffle Master's proprietary table games.