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Compensation

Arrangement under which the delivery of goods to a party is paid for by buying back a certain amount of the product from the recipient of the goods.

Compensation

Payment for services rendered. One is due compensation when one has performed a service for an employer or client. Examples of compensation include wages, salaries, tips, fees, and commissions. Compensation is usually the primary component of an individual's tax liability. It is also called remuneration.

compensation

(1) Payment for goods or services.(2) Damages necessary to restore an injured party to his or her position before the wrongdoing.(3) In eminent domain, payment to property owners for the value of the property taken and any damage caused to the value of the remaining property.

Compensation

Wages, commissions, tips, professional fees, and net self-employment income received for services rendered; that is, earned income.
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Officers adjusted to local justice demands by enforcing compensational justice and addressing spiritual concerns, yet enacted 'stateness' by using official stamps, instruments of force and references to state law.
Patients who received high-dose chemotherapy and hematopoietic stem cell transplantation for systemic cancer were randomized to use either compensational strategies or an individualized, computer-based training software intervention to improve attention and memory or they were assigned to a control group.
These disorders were delivered also by compensational increasing in the middle zones (on the right side--28.
He said that they condemned the incidents and requested the house for offering fateha for the departed souls and called upon the federal government for announcement of compensational package for the families of the victims.
The PM directed the provincial governments for transparently distributing the compensational amount among the affectees and asked all the institutions to remain patient.
Especially distasteful in the light of the flawed regulatory and inspection standards of the US administration has been the inhumane vilification of BP and its top people by a president who got too personally and emotionally involved in operational, compensational and delicately legal issues, mainly to shore up his falling popularity and influence.
Francis Deng in his book, War of Visions: Conflict of Identities in the Sudan, noted that the tendency of Northern Sudanese to exaggerate Arabism and Islam and to look down on the blacks as slaves was "a deep-seated inferiority complex, or, to put it in reverse, a superiority complex as a compensational device for their obvious marginality as Arabs".