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In 2013, Eida had urged all employers to take up the responsibility of bearing the cost of Emirates ID cards of their employees.
In emergency cases, the government of Bahrain, which certainly cares for its people and claims to be a welfare state, can utilise beds available in private hospitals - by subsidising or even bearing the cost of treatment to save people's lives.
These contracts allow big-money changes to be made right away, with the company bearing the cost.
For this reason, bearing the cost is not a viable proposition.
Participating credit unions are voluntarily bearing the cost so that the loans can be offered at this more affordable rate as part of their commitment to serving people of modest means.
In support of the community's health, NextCare is bearing the cost of vaccinations and there will be no applicable fees.
Patelco, Star One and other participating credit unions are bearing the cost so that the loans can be offered at this more affordable rate as part of their commitment to serving people of modest means.
SRG's ASP has allowed us to compete with larger, tech-savvy lenders and realize the same profitability without bearing the cost of integrating an internal solution.
Consumers, however, are not enthusiastic about bearing the cost of identity theft protection, with only 27 percent at least somewhat willing to pay extra for these services.
May noted that the company's original strategy has been based upon the Australian company bearing the cost of research, development, and manufacturing operations, while ADVC would serve as the marketing, distribution, and licensing organization in North, Central, and South America for SpectruCell and the other wireless technologies currently under development in Australia.
Instead "it is putting its money where its values are," bearing the costs of the forgone opportunity to make money from hunting.
Fletcher said GE was bearing the costs of the repairs, the overtime and other associated costs.