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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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1m but went straight to DVD in the UK and has so far only recouped PS941,413 of the loan.
So why should council tax not be recouped from student flats, occupied or not?
Capitation amounts recouped in respect of clients who died, covering 2005 to 2012 total [euro]3,095,180.
The lone interior project to crack 80 percent of recouped costs was minor kitchen remodel, with 83 percent.
That's what Chelsea spent on one dodgy player (Drogba) and we more than recouped that via the Champions League success.
It estimates a loft conversion costs around pounds 15,000 to pounds 30,000, but around 75 per cent of this will be recouped when the property is sold, while putting in a new bathroom would also recoup around 75 per cent of the pounds 7,000 to pounds 20,000 outlay.
The recouped Medicare funds maybe even greater than $4 million, since the projects neither track seniors who call the OIG fraud hotline (or other contacts) nor monitor the results of Medicare beneficiaries' increased scrutiny of their bills.
singer Charlotte Martin has recouped the expense of pressing 500 CDs by selling copies at concerts and online.
PREMIERSHIP MANAGERS' SPENDING Arsene Wenger, Arsenal: Spent pounds 106m, recouped pounds 72m.
Now Michael Frayn's "Copenhagen," which opened on April 11 and went on to win the Tony Award for best play, has recouped its $1.
The recouped BCCI money has also been welcomed by the Midlands' Asian community which lost millions in the financial disaster.