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settle with (one)

To pay the balance of what is owed to someone. You get our jackets while I go settle with the bartender. I need to settle with Brian for those plane tickets soon—I hate having debt hanging over me.
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And now I have settled with you all, on terms that I hope you will not find hard, but, on the contrary, just and manly.
Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC) has settled with a New Mexico employee group.
The bank has settled with a group representing retired public employees in New Mexico and has agreed to pay USD50m to settle a dispute over loses with Wachovia Bank, which Wells Fargo had acquired earlier.
Reserve always quoted with a price Coral Reserve included in original book so paid out on winner Hills All bets struck at early prices were settled with Questions Answered as winner with Start Me Up, Jamsie Hall and King Ali placed.
In the case of Covington, Kentucky, which settled with victims for $120 million, the insurance company has said it never agreed to pay the two-thirds of the settlement the diocese claims its insurance covers.
California provides for apportioned noneconomic damages on a percentage share, and any company may be apportioned a percentage of fault, whether it settled with the plaintiffs, was never sued before by the plaintiff or has since declared bankruptcy.
In 1991, the Weinstocks settled with the obstetrician for $1.2 million.
M explains away the assessments by noting that, rather than go to trial, he settled by agreeing to pay a $9,000 "reckless disregard penalty" and a $6,500 "negligence penalty." He argues that the IRS dropped its case when it settled with him, and therefore cannot hold the assessments or the settlement amounts that he still owes against him.
* the issue must have been settled with the same taxpayer or another taxpayer who was directly involved in the transaction or taxable event in the settled period.
In situations where owners have already paid these taxes and are waiting for a number of tax years to be settled with the city's Corporation Counsel, under the bill's scenario, the amount refunded could be substantially less, and even nothing depending on the individual case, should this change become law.
Further, the amount of any failed net payment can often be covered by margin or other collateral requirements, or by coinsurance or other arrangements to ensure that underlying transactions are settled with the minimum of systemic risk to the financial markets.