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Indemnity dans une phrase (en anglais)

He added that an indemnity was due him.
In 1967, Buffett bought National Indemnity Co.
INDEMNITY - You agree to indemnify and hold the Foundation, the.
He was now ready to receive the indemnity which had been promised.
The doctor returned with the indemnity forms and Smith signed them without even reading them.
I’d introduced Andie to noir—to Bogart and The Big Sleep, Double Indemnity, all the classics.
The one I had worked with, briefly, in—what was the name of that movie? Double Vision? Double Indemnity?

He started buying quality companies like National Indemnity and See’s Candies, and they were quite profitable for him.
While he was waiting for the doctor to fetch the indemnity forms, Smith took out his forms and dialled Whitton’s number.
The King has been told that he must pay the indemnity, and he must provide the whole or a large part of the amount at once.
Chairman, which existed for declaring the war has been removed? We sought indemnity for the past and security for the future.
In early 1967 cash generated by the textile operation was used to fund our entry into insurance via the purchase of National Indemnity Company.
To retain the British provinces as an indemnity for our losses, is an event which I cannot wish, because I can see no possible benefit resulting from it.
The Ashantis have proved that their word cannot be trusted, and they have repeatedly promised to pay the last indemnity, but had never fulfilled that promise.
While in MT and NM, the EB retirees’ medical coverage that I had was point of service indemnity meaning in English that you pay up front and hope to be reimbursed sometime.
And on this occasion the merchants of Boston requested the President to send a special Envoy to England, to give a greater solemnity to our claims of indemnity and future security.
In addition you shall return all Aquilonians sold as slaves, and pay an indemnity to be designated later, when the damage your occupation of the country has caused has been properly estimated.
Embark in it when you please, it will not procure you indemnity for the past; and your security for the future must ultimately depend on the same promises, which you can obtain by peaceable means.
Two things which you should incorporate in all your contracts is an indemnity to say that as long as the contract is unsigned you accept no responsibility whatsoever for any claims arising from it.
And thinking about issues of legal indemnity, not to mention the larger implications, maybe it’s better to leave room for people who still need to imagine Evidence III as some sort of fairy tale.
As we have seen, therefore, he permitted his former host to retire without attempting a recognition, but fully promising himself a rich indemnity for his present forbearance should chance afford him another opportunity.
My favorite film noir flick was Double Indemnity, Billy Wilder’s film cowritten with Chandler, and starring Fred MacMurray, an unlikely actor for the role of a murderous conspirator, with a temptress played by Barbara Stanwyck.
Her husband, who was a millowner, railed at the clumsy fellow, and while she was with her handkerchief wiping up the stains from her handsome cherry-coloured taffeta gown, he angrily muttered about indemnity, costs, reimbursement.
After breakfast, which the goodman took standing, the keeper from Froidfond, to whom the promised indemnity had never yet been paid, made his appearance, bearing a hare and some partridges shot in the park, with eels and two pike sent as tribute by the millers.
If this plan were adopted, Great Britain would regain her full share of the transport of our produce by augmenting the duties in favor of her own bottoms to an amount that would be an indemnity for a short voyage, by opening the port of Halifax, and another port at St.
It will have been seen, also, that no indemnity had been provided, or satisfactorily pledged, for the extensive spoliations committed under the violent and retrospective orders of the French Government against the property of our citizens, seized within the jurisdiction of France.
In March 1918, the Russians, Germans, and Austrians signed the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, in which Russia gave up huge areas of territory, including Ukraine, Finland, Belorussia, Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and the Caucasus, and agreed to pay a huge indemnity (that’s a fine to you and me).
In the friendly spirit of those disclosures, indemnity and redress for other wrongs have continued to be withheld; and our coasts, and the mouths of our harbors, have again witnessed scenes not less derogatory to the dearest of our national rights, than vexatious to the regular course of our trade.
A revocation or modification of these decrees, so that they should cease to violate our fair commerce, therefore, would look as well to an indemnity for the past as a security for the future; it necessarily includes a restoration of the property already taken, as well as an engagement against future captures.
We had done no injury to France; we had violated neither the rights of the persons or property of her subjects—no demand of indemnity was ever made; not a complaint whispered, till nearly twelve months after the passing of the law, (and after its expiration too,) which is made the pretext for this monstrous outrage.
Corporations have used this clause from everything such as refusing to allow the epa to inspect its factories because they were violating the corporation’s right of personal privacy to not being required to pay any indemnity for lost wages because the corporation could declare bankruptcy… even when it still had billions of dollars worth of stock, real estate, machinery, etc….
Did it follow that minor considerations should be placed out of view or yielded up entirely? Would it have been proper for the Government to have entered into no stipulations for the security of American seamen? Would it have been proper in them to have claimed on behalf of our citizens no indemnity for the vast amount of spoliations which have been made on the property of American merchants? Unquestionably not.
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Jean Valjean demanded an audience with the revered prioress and told her that, having come into a little inheritance at the death of his brother, which permitted him henceforth to live without working, he should leave the service of the convent and take his daughter with him; but that, as it was not just that Cosette, since she had not taken the vows, should have received her education gratuitously, he humbly begged the Reverend Prioress to see fit that he should offer to the community, as indemnity, for the five years which Cosette had spent there, the sum of five thousand francs.
Accordingly, when the two angry men had sat back in their seats, bleached in the face with passion, and panting and out of breath, I rose up in my chair at the head of the table, and with a judicial solemnity addressed the council, saying, that what we had witnessed was a disgrace not to be tolerated in a Christian land; that unless we obtained indemnity for the past, and security for the future, I would resign; but in doing so I would bring the cause thereof before the Fifteen at Edinburgh, yea, even to the House of Lords at London; so I gave the offending parties notice, as well as those who, from motives of personal friendship, might be disposed to overlook the insult that had been given to the constituted authority of the king, so imperfectly represented in my person, as it would seem, by the audacious conflict and misdemeanour which had just taken place.

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