Imbursement

Im`burse´ment


n.1.The act of imbursing, or the state of being imbursed.
2.Money laid up in stock.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The project, which was started two years ago, is about 85 percent complete, but the contracted firm, Comet Construction Limited, is yet to receive any imbursement, although it has already invested some GHS15 million.
It was not immediately clear whether this involved a one-time payment or a recurring imbursement.
Third, the revenue of each public hospital is determined administratively based on a historical cost, and as a result, the imbursement from all of the pilot DRGs was only loosely included in the global control, and the effect of DRGs' cost control was greatly reduced.
We now have associates with in-depth education and expertise in clinical research, regulatory affairs, marketing, quality assurance, and even re imbursement. Like our industry, our projects are getting more sophisticated and complex.
allowance of doing on behalf of the chief of mission: - Amendment: - allowance imbursement for working during the absence of the head of mission for more than (30) days, in a row.
Contactless payments are secured cashless imbursement through various systems/payment instruments.
Kristian Rouz - The liquidity of UK government bonds (gilts), is diminishing amidst tighter regulations, making it harder for Britain to borrow funds and slowing the pace of debt imbursement, as outlined in a report by the nation's bonds agency.
The plaintiffs in the local suit are seeking re imbursement for the prices paid for their vehicles, plus interest.
"Electricity distributors often capitalise annual wayleave payments, meaning landowners receive a oneoff imbursement that, as our research has revealed, is a lot less than what they should be getting."
LCCU submitted a claim for re imbursement from its insurance carrier for $58,286.85 and $24,650 for auditing services, according to court records.
After seizure of Rahst and Anzali, Russia gave to Iran a three-articled ultimatum, which demanded: (1) disposal of the American advisor Morgan Shuster who had made chief financial improvements in Iran; (2) prevention of employment of any foreign advisor without taking the prior permit of England and Russia; and (3) imbursement of indemnification to Rahst and Anzali-settled Russian forces.
The department of family welfare set up a consultative committee to suggest appropriate restructuring as in for structure funded by the states and the center and revise norms for re- imbursement by the center and has started implementing the recommendations of the committee monitoring and evaluation had become a part of the