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  • 1Compensation — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Compensation >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 compensation compensation equation Sgm: N 1 commutation commutation Sgm: N 1 indemnification indemnification Sgm: N 1 compromise compromise &c. 774 neutralization nullification …

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  • 2compensatory — Providing compensation; making up for a deficiency or loss. * * * com·pen·sa·to·ry kəm pen(t) sə .tōr ē, .tȯr adj making up for a loss esp serving as psychic or physiological compensation <compensatory enlargement of the heart> <to… …

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  • 3compensation — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Equalizing payment Nouns 1. (act of compensating) compensation, satisfaction, indemnification, indemnity; compromise; counteraction, [equal and opposite] reaction; measure for measure; retaliation,… …

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  • 19South African law of delict — The South African law of delict engages primarily with the circumstances in which one person can claim compensation from another for harm that has been suffered. [1] JC Van der Walt and Rob Midgley define a delict, in general terms [...] as a… …

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