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nonreimbursable

Definitions

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  • adj. Not reimbursable.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ reimbursable

Examples

  • Described in court papers as the designated billing partner for a number of the firm's institutional clients -- including clients in banking, utilities, telecommunications and entertainment -- Mr. Fishman characterized certain expenses, such as nonreimbursable meals and parking fees, as reimbursable expenses, such as photocopying and express mail, prosecutors say.

    Latham Ex-Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Fraud

  • NASA signed nonreimbursable Space Act agreements, which do not provide any government funding to the companies, with SpaceDev of Poway, Calif.,

    NASA Watch: June 2007 Archives

  • NASA signed nonreimbursable Space Act agreements, which do not provide any government funding to the companies, with SpaceDev of Poway, Calif., SPACEHAB of Houston, and Constellation Services International CSI of Laguna Woods, Calif.

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: June 2007 Archives

  • And I would say that as you look at these categories, these categories are nonreimbursable categories.

    Vp Gore Et Al Briefing On Olympics Preparation

  • Security support as a generic entity is a nonreimbursable category.

    Vp Gore Et Al Briefing On Olympics Preparation

  • It now requires that the Chief of Staff or the Deputy Chief of Staff sign off on any military aircraft for nonreimbursable military aircraft use, and that if the passengers are the Chief of Staff or the Deputy Chief of Staff, use has to be signed off on by the Counsel or the Deputy Counsel.

    Dee Dee Myers Press Briefing

  • MS. MYERS: If the Chief of Staff -- all nonreimbursable travel now on military aircraft has to be approved by the Chief of Staff or the Deputy Chief of Staff.

    Dee Dee Myers Press Briefing

  • The additional flow of capital, in addition, must be granted under favorable payment conditions, in terms of interest, as well as in terms of payback periods, including the possible allocation of a considerable volume of nonreimbursable loans.

    Fidel Castro Issues `Message' to UNCED

  • More than 1,000 calls a year - at average cost of $1,200, and mostly nonreimbursable since those heavier users tended to be uninsured - were cut from the system, according to MedStar.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The township board agreed to pay $16,855 in nonreimbursable charges to Farnsworth Group, the engineering firm from Bloomington, with the understanding the township would not pay interest on the principal.

    The Times Today's News

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