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  • verb Present participle of reimburse.

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Examples

  • Car dealers are growing increasingly impatient with the government's slow pace in reimbursing them for accepting trade-ins as part of its popular "Cash for Clunkers" program, even though Transportation Department officials say they are working to address the delays.

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  • The act of any one or several of a number of co-debtors, co-sureties, etc., in reimbursing one of their number who has paid the whole debt or suffered the whole liability, each to the extent of his proportionate share.

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  • On paper, the idea of reimbursing the Black community in America a trillion dollars in back pay owed to them for having essentially built, over the course of 300 years, much of the US economy makes sense.

    Max Keiser: Black Reparation Bonds Can Repay Blacks in America for Slavery Debts Owed Them

  • City Hall is also negotiating with private tow contractors with the idea of reimbursing those who were forced to pay the higher fees and higher storage rates routinely charged by the private companies, officials said today.

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  • Haidl testified that he either did not recall reimbursing the donors to the campaigns or did not believe he did so.

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  • Even before the tariffs were imposed, the company had seen business hit by the economic slowdown and had cut its work force in 2008 and stopped other benefits, such as reimbursing tuition and matching workers 'contributions to their 401K retirement plans.

    Trade Dispute Divides Workers

  • Even before the tariffs were imposed, the company had seen business hit by the economic slowdown and had cut its work force in 2008 and stopped other benefits, such as reimbursing tuition and matching workers 'contributions to their 401K retirement plans.

    Trade Dispute Divides Workers

  • Even before the tariffs were imposed, the company had seen business hit by the economic slowdown and had cut its work force in 2008 and stopped other benefits, such as reimbursing tuition and matching workers 'contributions to their 401K retirement plans.

    Trade Dispute Divides Workers

  • Despite lack of publicity, programs have been in place for almost 20 years now that acknowledge vaccine injuries; the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) was launched in 1988 as a means of "reimbursing" patients 'adversely affected by inoculations, as if any amount of money can make up for a lifetime of suffering or more so, the death of a child.

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  • By the way, what percentage of revenue is Google "reimbursing" every quarter?

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