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com·pen·sa·to·ry

(kom-pen'să-tōr'ē),
Providing compensation; making up for a deficiency or loss.

compensatory

/com·pen·sa·to·ry/ (kom-pen´sah-tor″e) making good a defect or loss; restoring a lost balance.

com·pen·sa·to·ry

(kŏm-pen'să-tōr-ē)
Providing compensation; making up for a deficiency or loss.

compensatory

pertaining to or emanating from compensation.

compensatory hypertrophy
impaired function of one organ in a paired organ system or of part of an organ in a single organ system is followed by enlargement of the surviving organ or tissue so that functional capacity is maintained.
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Canon's newly developed Hybrid IS technology optimally compensates for angular camera shake (rotational) and shift camera shake (linear).
Under this method, the employee must be paid a salary designed to compensate the employee for all hours worked, and the employee must work a fluctuating number of hours of overtime every week.
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The training pattern will be changed to an alternating pattern between data lines to compensate for some of the crosstalk effects.
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The Radiation Exposure Compensation Act of 1990, as currently funded, will compensate about 400 radiation exposure victims.
As a result, the amendment would lead to yet more bankruptcies and the depletion of resources available to compensate plaintiffs with asbestos-related injuries.
However after many, many requests the British Government through the Ministry of Defence to this day has refused to compensate our European Prisoners of War, many of whom are now in their late 80s.
However, the balance of the payment could not be deducted, because the parties did not show they intended it to compensate for loss.
The jaws of this retractable jaw chuck extend and retract to enable the turning of shafts in a single operation and also compensate for part irregularities.
That news has some residents concerned and comes at a time when fewer employers are willing to compensate their employees for jury duty.
In addition, the company increases (grosses up) the payment to the employee to compensate for excise taxes.