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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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Finance Minister Harris Georgiades said last week that implementing Papadopoulos's proposal would require generating e1/41bn per year to compensate affected depositors and investors over the next 20 years.
The typical approach used up to now has been to observe the output signal of the transmitter and compensate for signal distortions there in order to have the transmitter provide the highest quality signal possible.
Yet our own government, a government that claims to support veterans and care for them, decided not to compensate their own European ex-prisoners of war.
On Monday, RIM promised to give $100 of free apps to every BlackBerry smartphone user to compensate for four days of disruption last week, while some operators gave customers free BlackBerry access for a limited period.
Hybrid IS also employs a newly developed algorithm that combines the output of the two sensors and moves the lens elements to compensate for both types of movement.
This compensates for downward angle, allowing you to use a laser rangefinder directly on deer without the need to aim low on the target.
Type T, or thermostatic mixing valves, compensate for both fluctuations in temperature and pressure (though to a lesser degree than Type P valves for pressure).
The court noted that under the FLSA, employers are not required to compensate employees for "walking, riding, or traveling to and from the actual place of the performance of the principal activity or activities which such employee is required to perform.
While no amount of money will compensate families for the hardships they suffered following the genocide, the settlement is a significant landmark,'' he said.
Test pilots were able to compensate sufficiently to fly and meet defined performance standards on intentionally crippled aircraft flight control designs.
First, the warrants were intended to compensate a bank for additional risk, thereby raising the loan's effective interest rate, and were not intended to compensate it for services.
The pattern of a part to be cast is made slightly larger in dimension than the desired part to compensate for shrinkage.