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solatium

in Scots law, the sum of money claimed by way of non-patrimonial damages for pain and suffering in delictual claims. Similar awards are made for breach of contract but on different principles.
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GAO 2007, "Military operations: the Department of Defense's use of solatia and condolence payments in Iraq and Afghanistan", United States Government Accountability Office, Washington, DC, http://www.gao.gov/new.items/d07699.pdf
Ex post review should also be accompanied by the establishment of a solatia and condolence payment system for activities that occur outside the active zone of hostilities.
Solatia reticulata and its polyphenolic constituents with lipase inhibitory and lipolytic activities have mild antiobesity effects in rats.
But 10 years into a long and frustrating war -- in which it is increasingly difficult even to envision what victory might look like -- we would gladly trade all the solatia and condolence money in the world for a credible exit strategy.
Department of Defense General Counsel memorandum stated that solatia is a custom in Iraq and Afghanistan.
In this space over the years, I have tried to draw attention to this issue in various ways, from quoting the rare observations of embeds who witnessed some harsh or deadly military actions to exposing the huge amount of "condolence" or solatia payments to survivors (thousands of payments and tens of millions of dollars).
(An earlier and longer version of this study, in Arabic, was published in 1988 under the title "Al Taleem al Aam fil Mamlaka al Arabia al Saudia") Examples of early private schools were the Solatia, Fakria, Fallah and Khairia schools, all closed in 1961.
lClifford Watts is off the mark on the Flat this year as My Wellie (Sandy Barclay) gets the better of Solatia (Michael Jarvis/Bruce Raymond) in the mile-and-a-half handicap at Redcar.
A panel of the Liberal Democratic Party has just drafted a bill designed to pay 2.6 million yen in condolence money to each of the bereaved families of those who died in battle and 4 million yen in solatia and other compensation to the surviving victims who suffered serious injuries or illnesses.
The 11 survivors and family members of the victims of the riot's aftermath, the first Chinese to seek compensation for wartime actions through Japanese courts, had demanded solatia totaling 55 million yen.