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  • v. Present participle of recoup.


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  • None of my books have yet been displayed, so I'm not interested in recouping damages or lost income.

    "Convince me that the truth is always grey."

  • The dollar's move in recouping its earlier losses might be based not only on cautious trading ahead of the G-20, but also because investors are taking the view that, if the Federal Reserve acts to kick-start a slowing U.S. econom y, it will act in a more measured way than originally expected.

    Dollar Recoups Some Losses

  • I understand there could be some concern in recouping the costs, but with the fact eBooks are becoming more and more the way things are rather than just "a new fad" it seems only a marginal risk at best.

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  • I dunno if I would want to live there full time, but it certainly seems like a great place to retreat to, or spend a few weeks just recouping from the stresses life brings.

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  • It is important underscore that the Durrani government sent Ghalzi contingents to assist Sarwar Khan in recouping his hereditary prerogative. back

    Connecting Histories in Afghanistan: Market Relations and State Formation on a Colonial Frontier

  • Because international pharmaceutical companies must get their products to market as quickly as possible to begin recouping the hundreds of millions of dollars it costs to develop a drug, they naturally favour those countries with the most timely drug approval practices as places to invest and conduct R and D.

    Strengthening Canada's Economy Within the Globl Healthcare Environment: The Need For Vision

  • Joel was clinging to the notion of recouping the West Coast and reassembling the pieces of DMI.


  • But now, with a public backlash against excessive pay and taxpayer lifelines extended to crippled companies, the idea of recouping compensation, known as “clawback,” is gaining traction.

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  • At that point, labels lying to musicians about how much they dig the music, while making a fortune for themselves but still never "recouping" on the album was deeply unpalatable but a necessary part of recording and releasing music.


  • Democratic Left Party (DSP) deputy Recai Birgün said last week on a television program that he had reason to believe that Yeşil was working with a retired major, whom he identified only with the first name İlyas, in the southern city of Antalya, possibly dealing in illegal activities such as recouping debts for the check mafia.

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