Noun(1) a sum of money paid in compensation for loss or injury(2) the act of restoring something to its original state(3) getting something back again
(1) After the democratic transformation of 1994, programs for land restitution , redistribution, and reform were instituted, but progress has been slow.(2) Had Jerod really demanded that Dennis MacArthur make restitution for getting carried away teasing me - by taking me out to dinner?(3) And it includes restitution from corporations and public entities that profited from the business of slavery.(4) Having a neutral third party investigate the facts and decide what punishment or restitution should be made is a way to try to get justice in punishment or restitution , but it's neither the only way to get it nor guaranteed to get it.(5) A claim for judicial review may include a claim for damages, restitution or the recovery of a sum due but may not seek such a remedy alone.(6) The result is likely to be disgorgement of significant amounts of money as restitution , says one official.(7) In this research, values for the elastic coefficient of restitution for components of a molasse conglomerate were measured using a newly developed drop-test apparatus.(8) While in recent years land rights and native title legislation have seen the return of much land to Indigenous Australians, there has been little restitution of commercially valuable property rights in resources.(9) Shareholders will receive $4.9 million in restitution and interest, with the remainder covering penalties.(10) Win is luckier in that the constable's search reveals her stolen property; poor Frances has only promises of gifts toward her loss by her employers and the hopes of restitution by the Lord Justices whom she is petitioning.(11) restitution of the damaged mucosa(12) There has been a strong move towards redistribution of land and restitution of land rights that were taken away from large numbers of people during the days of the apartheid policy of moving blacks from white areas to black homelands.(13) In serious disputes between families, heads of the involved kinship groups or local political leaders negotiate and the offending party is required to make restitution in money and/or land.(14) When a ball hits the racket at its point of maximum restitution (CoR) the rebound velocity of the ball will be highest.(15) When a law was broken, society sought restitution for the grieved party, even if a slave.(16) However, we were told that you would make full restitution for the damage you have caused to us and, if that is the case, we are not unwilling to let bygones be bygones.
(1) restitution :: การซ่อมแซม
1. return ::
2. compensation ::
3. amends ::
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