suffer loss

See: decrease, lose
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Not for ever,' I exclaimed, '"only till he has paid the uttermost farthing;" for "if any man's work abide not the fire, he shall suffer loss, yet himself shall be saved, but so as by fire;" and He that "is able to subdue all things to Himself will have all men to be saved," and "will, in the fulness of time, gather together in one all things in Christ Jesus, who tasted death for every man, and in whom God will reconcile all things to Himself, whether they be things in earth or things in heaven.
The certificate held by him had matured in 2001 and he had to suffer loss to the tune of Rs 250000 due to new profit policy of government.
Washington, February 25 ( ANI ): The 'American Idol' show is reportedly going to suffer loss this season.
The four companies are estimated to suffer loss of NT$130-140 billion, a record high.
PIA has to suffer loss amounting to Rs 1 billion due to devaluation of rupee against dollar.
4M men in the UK are losing hair and about 40 per cent of men suffer loss by the age of 35 men in the UK are losing hair and about 40 per cent of men suffer loss by the age of 35
465(b) (4) arrangement exists; rather, "economic: reality" is the guide and a "theoretical possibility" that a taxpayer will suffer loss is insufficient to avoid the exception.
They have almost invariably found that pups of rodents given alcohol while pregnant suffer loss of many types of brain cells, including the Purkinje cells of the brain's cerebellum.
It was said that Quetta Electricity Supply Company has to suffer loss worth millions of rupees if the explosive had went off and Barkhan, Kohlu and other towns might have suffer electricity disconnection for several days.
Strokes constitute the third leading cause of death in the United States, and survivors often suffer loss of vision, speech problems, and difficulties in walking.
The entity had to suffer loss of Rs 13 billion in the purchase of scrap.
Paraplegics, like amputees, suffer loss of stimulation from large sections of their bodies, and presumably their brains contain areas that cease activity for want of stimulation and become ripe for reorganization.