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adjective as in repaid

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They say the Department of Justice, the parent agency of the Bureau of Prisons, has reimbursed Treasury for those costs.

Only Lovers Left Alive was reimbursed $365,904 of its $1,304,605 budget.

Only a third claimed to have reimbursed customers, and 13 closed without warning.

A bug on the exchange a few months later destroyed 2,609 bitcoins ($8,115.12 at the time), though it later reimbursed customers.

Herrera is seeking to have the city reimbursed for its care of indigent patients it claims were dumped there by Nevada.

The temporary loan obtained in the latter end of the year 1810 has also been reimbursed, and is not included in that amount.

For temporary importation receipts are given which will enable one to be reimbursed upon exportation of the vehicle.

All customs duties paid, in France may be reimbursed upon the exportation of the automobile.

A pièce d'identité will be given the applicant on entering, and upon giving this up on leaving the duties will be reimbursed.

If, sir, the sufferers under the sedition law did suffer contrary to the constitution, ought not their expenses to be reimbursed?


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reimbursed, such as: paid, satisfied, and paid off.

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