compensate for loss

See: indemnify
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His lawyers were keen to land a settlement which not only reflected his loss of earnings - which would amount to around PS750,000 - but also to compensate for loss of face after losing such a high-profile job.
It has been reported that Trierweiler, 48, negotiated a financial settlement with Hollande to compensate for loss of status and her loss of earnings since abandoning part of her journalistic career when he became president 20 months ago.
In reduced sugar formulations, the flavourings compensate for loss of body, mouthfeel and sweetness.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) also said the global oil supply rose to an all-time high in February as output by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) fell only slightly after its members stepped in to compensate for loss of Libyan oil output.
Sudan has witnessed increased interest in gold exploration by individuals and companies which the government hope to compensate for loss of oil revenue with the South's secession next July.
The power plant is a key element for utility customer satisfaction and will compensate for loss of production incurred from permanent facilities breakdowns.
We understand that recruitment awards are often used to compensate for loss of bonus from the incoming directors previous job.
The agreement states that: all Thomson Airways pilots will take a pay cut of up to 5%, depending on their rank, in return for a guarantee from the airline that there will be no compulsory redundancies; additional days off will be given to pilots to compensate for loss of pay; and voluntary redundancies will be offered to pilots who wish to take it.
Kiev denies Moscow's claim that Ukraine has been siphoning off EU supplies to compensate for loss of its own deliveries in a row over unpaid bills.
Defence Minister Gordon O'Connor has advised former Flight Lieutenant Cliff Wenzel, DFC, AFC, a veteran of Europe and Korea, that he has been awarded over a million dollars to compensate for loss of a reduced pension denied him in 1961 Wenzel's application was unjustly turned down by a "desk jockey" who reportedly had a dislike to him.
These costs include lands set aside for toad conservation to compensate for loss of toad habitat, and measures needed to protect the toad while construction is ongoing.
The drivers want a pay rise to compensate for loss of income caused by an EU directive limiting overtime.