club principle

club principle

a means of allocating the common overhead costs incurred in providing a good or service to each individual consumer. For example, residents may create a club to arrange for the resurfacing of a private road. See COLLECTIVE PRODUCTS, FREE-RIDER.
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We strictly adhere to the fans'-run club principle.
I will study the video and if any of my players were reckless then I will deal with them as a matter of club principle.
3) For more information on Paris Club principles and rules, see http://www.
He was an organiser, a self-driven leader, a dressing room motivator, a communicator of club principles to foreign footballers perhaps unaware of just what was expected of a Liverpool player.
We will also ask the Chair of the Paris Club to consider inviting, on a case-by-case basis, non-member official creditors to participate in its negotiations with HIPC countries on the understanding that these creditors will join a satisfactory consensus and will abide by Paris Club principles.

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