indemnification

[ in-dem-nuh-fi-key-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF indemnification

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDEMNIFICATION

There is not only the remission by indemnification but the remission by abnegation.

What indemnification is one great man for populations of pygmies!

If they are acquitted, they have no indemnification to expect.

Indemnification has been had from the tribe who robbed them.

Indemnification is capable of some estimate: dignity has no standard.

But his brother did not acknowledge his claims to indemnification, and mounted the horse.

Subsequent regulations will settle the basis of this indemnification.

But no indemnification is made for notes lost or destroyed by accident.

At last the Government gave Evelyn £150 as an indemnification.

The elder, however, had some indemnification for his cautious silence.

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