• Hence the humblebrag, a method of fishing designed to indemnify the fisher against charges of fishing.

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  • This had been further extended to indemnify private contractors working for local councils.

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  • You indemnify Turner against any and all claims brought by third parties in respect of Turner's use of the video.

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  • Most open-source firms indemnify their customers against such lawsuits in any case.

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  • The fight was over which insurance carrier, if any, would indemnify the State for the cost of cleaning up this toxic waste site.

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  • When I asked if she would indemnify a strongman, she frowned.

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  • America's lawmakers went a step further, and agreed to insure the proposed FutureGen plant and to indemnify the firms behind it from all lawsuits arising from leaks.

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  • Though Stone denies any desire to hurt Boisseau, he turned over documents after weeks of negotiations and only after 7-Eleven agreed to indemnify him from future legal actions related to the case.

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  • In an ideal world it should also have language in its bylaws promising to defend and indemnify directors (except for their own misdeeds) and pockets deep enough to back up that promise.

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  • Dick Durbin assure us, not because they want to use federal money to indemnify their home state for a white-elephant prison Illinois taxpayers should never have built, but because Guantanamo Bay simply must be closed.

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  • The other question which the Bank of England and Treasury were really touchy about is whether the Treasury - or taxpayers - will indemnify the Bank against the risks it is running with the lending scheme.

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  • He said the scale of the job meant that the department had encouraged local councils to take on part of the job of clearing paths and had introduced a scheme to indemnify councils against public liability claims.

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  • Microsoft is incensed that Google is giving away Android, claiming that Google has not cleared Microsoft patents utilized by Android and is unable to indemnify Google customers against intellectual property suits, presumably to be brought by Microsoft.

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  • Is there any likelihood however that George Osborne and the Treasury would indemnify the Bank of England and all the banks against losses on a certain portion of their business lending, so that the banks could lend to younger and more ambitious companies without exposing their owners to the losses?

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  • In it, Kapnick said Greenwich failed to comply with the terms of its agreement, which only allowed a suit after it served the trustee, Countrywide, with written notice of default, obtained written notice from holders of 25% of the remaining voting units, and agreed to indemnify the trustee.

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  • The Purchase Agreement contains customary indemnification obligations of each party with respect to breaches of their respective representations, warranties and covenants, and certain other specified matters and generally provides that the Company will indemnify the Purchaser for liabilities not related to the Education Business and the Purchaser will indemnify the Company for liabilities related to the Education Business.

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