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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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He also agreed that Stringer's two-prong approach to recouping back taxes is a good idea since property taxes account for $9 billion of the city's annual revenues.
The federal court determined that the employer was entitled to return of the overpayment, but that its method of recouping the money constituted an illegal deduction.
Biotech companies utilize a variety of legal vehicles to protect themselves and try to enhance the possibility of recouping the considerable expense of research and development.
But both policies--fee collection and miserly definitions of poverty--are part of the same trend toward recouping defense costs from the poor who use public representation.
the industry's leading provider of service delivery platforms that reduce the cost of delivering services to the midtier, today announced a BuyBack program that allows customers to switch to SilverBack, while recouping some of the investment they made in previous network tools and products.
BY PAT FLANAGAN THERE is no hope of recouping any of the [euro]60billion gifted to the country's rogue banks, it was revealed yesterday.
The central bank of Afghanistan has announced that it will intensify efforts aimed at recouping public money lost a year ago due to the near-collapse of Kabul Bank.