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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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of $1 million and 50% of the video production costs were recoupable,
Finding that American Express had presented "no serious challenge" to the plaintiffs' cost-based evidence, the Second Circuit in Amex I found that the merchants had carried their burden of proving that the arbitration agreement's class action waiver, "by removing plaintiffs' only reasonably feasible means of recovery," effectively "grant[ed] Amex de facto immunity from [federal] antitrust liability." (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.
It has identified more than $125,000 in savings associated with the reduction of hold/mute use at the agent level, identified more than $60,000 in recoupable costs due to policy violations and processing errors during a two-week period, and achieved a 10 percent reduction in monthly quality expenses by charging penalties to agents who do not meet minimum expectations.
The committee recommended regulatory and legislative steps including a cap on nonrecoupable assessments levied against insurers; a statewide surcharge on policyholders in the event of a catastrophic loss to reimburse insurers for recoupable assessments; and a cap on the amount of these surcharges.
However, in almost all instances, gallery advances are not recoupable in cash, but often are recoupable in artwork.
Your Survival Guide for the Indie Music Revolution, agrees that most new artists signed to major labels don't earn enough royalties to payback recoupable expenses after they make their first CD.
Record companies often pay advances that are recoupable from an artist's songwriter royalties.
The company will immediately receive a one-time payment equal to USD100,000 as a recoupable advance against the royalties.
The disparity between China as seen and China as previously narrativized is recoupable within the logic of narrative itself, as transformation.
Advances range from nothing ($0.00) to a couple of hundred dollars, and the advance is recoupable against the songwriter's share of royalties.
(Sections of the video were unwatchable because the gallerist kept standing directly in front of the camera; meanwhile, in a classic once-bitten move, the gallery threw their summer party on the night of the opening, ensuring booze and food for their collectors, no matter what Sierra might do.) Certain formal decisions also snagged the artist in ways not easily recoupable within his practice.
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.