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It is good news that the Fullers have been recompensed but worrying that an insurer should take what is clearly an unreasonable stance.
There followed a hell of a to-ing and fro-ing and discussion before it was decided Fiona should be recompensed for her mackerel salad.
I'M so pleased for the people who lost their work pensions, as they will now be properly recompensed.
The USA has never apologised, or recompensed for the Boston tea party.
But an afternoon in the company of John Barrett should leave Sue amply recompensed.
Benson Bobrick reports in Angel in the Whirlwind (1997) that many of the so-called mercenaries were recompensed personally with little more than their rations, though their princelings received some seven million pounds.
The consortium believes that it should be recompensed, at least, for its expenditure on its bid since last August, when the Lottery Commission initially indicated that it was the preferred bidder.