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award

A term of art used at the National Institutes of Health (US) for the provision of funds, or direct assistance in lieu of funds, based on an approved application and budget to provide general financial assistance to a person or organisation to carry out an activity or program. An award is a statement that funds have been obligated; this includes both direct and indirect costs, unless otherwise indicated.

award

(ă-ward′)
1. An amount of money paid to the party prevailing in a lawsuit.
2. A formal public recognition of excellence.
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196) Alternatively, accords can be drafted to be enforceable through court or arbitral action, coupled with sums of liquidated damages awardable for a demonstrated breach.
12) Reasonable attorney fees and costs are awardable to either the property owner or the governmental entity from the date of the filing of the circuit court action, for the prevailing party.
In 1997 this plan was amended to exclude "extraordinary items" from the definition of net income used in calculating the maximum allowable bonus, and in 2001 the plan was further amended to limit the bonus awardable to any named executive officer to 1% of pre-tax earnings.
A scholarship needed by all of them but awardable to only one requires not only good grades and good works, but also "purity of soul and body.
Possible damages awardable in an ADA claim include lost wages with the cost of benefits and compensation for mental anguish.
Various systems have evolved different rules for when one outcome is binding on the other, when civil and criminal actions may be joined together (as in France), when limitations are placed on damages awardable (as in the Netherlands), or when a criminal filing may block a pending civil action until the criminal case's resolution.
purposes included "all costs properly awardable under the relevant