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compensated

/com·pen·sat·ed/ (kom´pen-sa″tid) counterbalanced; offset.
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PaRRSA, Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has already compensated the owners of fully damaged houses and partially damaged houses.
As many as 34 out of 35 dead in Swat, 24 out of 26 deceased in Dir Lower,four out of 16 expired in Dir Upper, 13 out of 18 dead in Torghar and all nine deceased in Kohistan upper were compensated.
The last question, who should be compensated, seems straightforward for the United States, where only farmers who participate in the USDA program would be fully compensated.
Individuals serving on the ASB are compensated for their time and are reimbursed for travel expenses.
2, would lead to a systematic error in the phase shift if they were not compensated for.
As a businessowner or highly compensated employee with decision-making authority, you should consider a Safe Harbor 401(k) plan design if your company has any of the following characteristics: a plan that routinely fails the tests for actual deferral percentage and average contribution percentage (ADP/ACP); a large percentage of highly compensated employees; or a top-heavy plan with low participation rates.
The Department of Labor's proposed change to the definition of an executive will exempt an individual who 1) is compensated on a salary basis in excess of $455 per week; 2) has the primary responsibility of managing the "enterprise" or managing a department or subdivision of the enterprise; 3) customarily or regularly directs the work of at least two or more full-time employees; and 4) has the authority to hire and fire or make suggestions and recommendations as to the hiring, firing, advancement, promotion, or any other change of status of other employees.
The indication for Hepsera recommended by the CPMP is for the treatment of chronic hepatitis B in adults with compensated liver disease with evidence of active viral replication, persistently elevated serum alanine aminotransferase (ALT) levels and histological evidence of active liver inflammation and fibrosis; or decompensated liver disease.
If the RC effects were compensated, the majority of the ISI effect would be significantly reduced.
In January's issue of Business Credit, Financial Advisor George Van Dyke noted that if you are a highly compensated employee or own a part of a company, your ability to participate in a 401(k) plan may be limited by the participation of other employees.
It is at least equally plausible that Americans increasingly joined clubs because they had more time and resources to do so, because these clubs were fun, and because clubs augmented their lives rather than compensated for losses elsewhere.