bear the cost

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This amusement lasted from the Barriere des Sergens to the place of Notre Dame, and Friquet found in it very real enjoyment; but when at last the regiment separated, penetrated the heart of the city and placed itself at the extremity of the Rue Saint Christophe, near the Rue Cocatrix, in which Broussel lived, then Friquet remembered that he had not had breakfast; and after thinking in which direction he had better turn his steps in order to accomplish this important act of the day, he reflected deeply and decided that Councillor Broussel should bear the cost of this repast.
Bear the cost of such health insurance coverage rather than making the beneficiaries bear such costs.
Haj companies serving domestic pilgrims are finding it difficult to bear the cost of installing new electricity meters in Mina due to a lack of financial liquidity.
The LDA will directly bear the cost of its construction.
The Supreme Council for Vocational Training will bear the cost of the salary subsidy and vocational training for 24 months.
If the government can bear the cost of medical treatment for terrorists and anti-government thugs, it can certainly do it for loyal, peace-loving citizens.
However, the public transporters are not happy with the idea of following the official colour code, said the sources, adding they are not ready to bear the cost of repainting their vehicles.
Recruiting agency bosses said they were the biggest losers in the present scenario, as they bear the cost of bringing the maid into the country, are held responsible if the maid escapes from the sponsor's house and also sued if the maid alleges ill-treatment.
The general manager of OHB, Adnan bin Hayder Darwish said the move, which covers 11,700 citizens, will also see the government bear the cost of exemption which stands at $340.
Radhakrishnan and Justice Dipak Misra asked Gujarat's additional advocate general Tushar Mehta to place before it all documents on the basis of which the high court came to the finding that the state government was liable to bear the cost.
In White Whale's case the owner has said he is unable to bear the cost, the official added.
It is part of an increasing trend for cinemas to show live performances without opera lovers having to bear the cost of a trip abroad, and an easy option for those wanting to try a live opera performance for the first time.