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comp

1. verb To give something to someone for free, often as a gesture of appreciation after something has gone awry. We had to wait so long to be seated that the manager comped us a round of drinks and an appetizer.
2. verb To accompany someone in a musical performance. If you want to sing at the recital, I'll comp you on the piano.
3. noun Something that has been given for free. Oh, these drinks are comps for our long wait, thank goodness.

comp

1. tv. to accompany someone [musically]. I have to sing a solo at a wedding and need someone to comp me.
2. tv. to give something to someone free. (Either as compensation for difficulties endured or as a complimentary gift.) The movie patron was angry and demanded his money back. The manager comped him with a few free passes and he was happy.
3. n. a complimentary gift. I expect comps when I spend a lot of money in a casino.
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Insurers who have submitted workers comp informational filings to address any overcharges for policies written between April 1, 2018 and December 31, 2018 can be found on the Business Insurance page at www.insurance.pa.gov.View the full article from Lehigh Valley Business at http://www.lvb.com/article/20181221/LVB01/181229981/california-companies-first-to-reimburse-pa-businesses-for-workers-comp-overcharges.
Those were the among the numerous questions Boggs said businesses that are serious about being thoroughly protected by a workers comp policy should be asking, but may be unable to ask through a quick online quoting and binding process.
The clinical and demographic characteristics of participants of this study, along with their corresponding COMP levels, are depicted in Table 2.
1180 supposedly makes it unlawful for an employer to coerce or intimidate an employee into accepting compensatory (comp) time, it fails to provide any administrative remedies for employees who have been coerced into accepting comp time or whose rights to freely choose comp time versus overtime payments have been violated," the conference leaders wrote.
The crystal structure used in this study was COMP protein that includes the last epidermal growth factor repeat, the type 3 repeats, and the CTD [18].
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I am waiting for conservatives to discover that workers' comp represents everything they loathe about public mandates.
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