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Repayment

The act of paying off debts. If one borrows a certain amount, one must eventually repay it to the lender.
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I favoured you with my love, and you repaid me with treachery and theft.
But of this adventure you shall be told in the next tale; for I have already shown you how Sir Richard of the Lea repaid his debt, with interest.
After giving many good reasons for charity, the preacher wound up with 'and, for all you give, you will be repaid a thousandfold
He was repaid for his trouble, for on the far side of the house, close to where the rocky frontage of the cliff fell away, he saw Oolanga crouched behind the irregular trunk of a great oak.
The latter spared him, and this magnanimity Bonaparte subsequently repaid by death.
If you can wade through a few sentences of malice, meanness, falsehood, perjury, treachery, and cant,' said Slurk, handing the paper to Bob, 'you will, perhaps, be somewhat repaid by a laugh at the style of this ungrammatical twaddler.
Tulliver as tenant, and be willing to advance money to be repaid with high interest out of the profits of the business, which would be made over to him, Mr.
I felt that loan was something the club was entitled to and shouldn't be repaid - but with the ongoing circumstances with Sports Direct we decided we'd endeavour to repay the loan as long as we can raise the funds.
7bn is to be repaid to the state from the partial redemption of the 2009 preference shares.
State-owned firms such as Nakheel and Dubai Holding Commercial Operations Group have repaid portions of their debt this year, ahead of maturity.
SeeNews) - Jan 8, 2014 -A Belgian finance groupA KBCA (EBR:KBC) said Wednesday it had repaid a total of EUR 500 million (USD 680m) in state aid to the Flemish government ahead of schedule.
However, the changes introduced by the Act mean that a mortgage can only be deducted from the value of an estate if the debt is repaid from the estate of the deceased.