- gwneud iawniawndaliadau
Noun(1) compensation (given or received(2) (usually plural(3) the act of putting something in working order again(4) something done or paid in expiation of a wrong
(1) In a personal sense their victimhood is short-changed because it is only a symbolic reparation and cannot fully appreciate the loss and suffering they have experienced and continue to live with.(2) This is not the tragedy of one man, but an exploration of the motives for revenge, and an interrogation of the notions of morality and punishment, wrongdoing and destructive attempts at seeking reparation .(3) Relations with Germany were strained by the Versailles Treaty, which regulated Germany's territorial losses and reparation payments, which Germany found too harsh but which the French public did not consider stringent enough.(4) So if the information was obtained lawfully, the question has to be whether the leak damaged Apple financially, in which case one could expect them to be due reparation .(5) Is there any way that we as a community can ever make reparation for this terrible rent in the social fabric?(6) the courts required a convicted offender to make financial reparation to his victim(7) Life owes me reparation for this, and I will see that I get it.(8) the old hall was pulled down to avoid the cost of reparation(9) She took a little flat over some shops in North West London and led a more restful, retired life, made possible by the monthly payments of refugee reparation the lawyer arranged for her.(10) Adam glanced at his friend's brooding expression, and sought to make reparation between the siblings.(11) Some were defamation cases, others sought reparation for the cost of delays and lost income.(12) Financial reparation , she assumes, will be sufficient apology.(13) The Dawes Plan adjusted reparation payments, and France withdrew from the Ruhr.(14) Yet one must not overestimate the political consequences; the gunboats were used to protect foreign nationals locally, and sometimes to exact reparation for injury done to them.(15) This plan, created by Charles Dawes, an American, set realistic targets for German reparation payments.(16) For Kamala, this total enhancement is simply not envisaged in the reparation that society is prepared to make to her.
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Different Formsreparation, reparations
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