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1. Nothing can compensate for losing my husband.
2. Nothing can compensate for the loss of one's health.
3. Drinking more water can compensate for you let me shed tears.
4. The advantages of the scheme more than compensate for the risks associated with it.
5. Nothing will ever compensate for his lost childhood.
6. They gave him a one-off payment to compensate for the extra hours that he had to work.
7. No supportive words could ever compensate for the pain of being separated from her children for 10 years.
8. Some kids become high-achievers to compensate for their parents' disinterest.
9. I took her swimming to compensate for having missed out on the cinema.
10. Recently installed swimming-pool may compensate for sometimes impassable road.
11. Photography could compensate for certain deficiencies in nature.
11. Sentencedict.com try its best to gather and make good sentences.
12. Those subscriptions were extended to compensate for that inconvenience.
13. To compensate for the design change in the application, Implementor records and automatically updates each part of the application affected.
14. The other way in which he could compensate for unfavourable power relations was through effective public relations.
15. No amount of money can compensate for being bedridden or a semi-invalid.
16. That allowed the Cardinal to compensate for having fewer proven scoring threats on offense.
17. More women will be promoted in order to compensate for discrimination in the past.
18. In less lofty circles, pay rises do not compensate for changes in other conditions at work.
19. No amount of procedural fairness could compensate for lack of knowledge of the complexities of the law.
20. We've had to trim our budget to compensate for a $1.5 million shortfall in revenue.
21. Agitation does not completely compensate for the lack of direct activity.
22. The company agreed to keep up high levels of output in order to compensate for supplies lost.
23. MPs say it is crucial that a system is found to compensate for inflation.
24. The growth of the export market has helped to compensate for sluggish demand at home.
25. Damages are not designed to punish the person in breach, but to compensate for the loss sustained.
26. One hypothesis: the former group may like alcohol so much because it helps compensate for their genetically faulty serotonin machinery.
27. If workers believe inflation is likely to accelerate, they will demand high enough wages to compensate for expected increases in prices.
28. The chronic response occurs when the initial increase in cell proliferation fails to compensate for the cell loss.
29. In Jobling, the plaintiff might have been able to claim social security benefits to partially compensate for his losses.
30. As with fat-free products and artificial sweeteners, people will probably compensate for olestra by eating more calories elsewhere in their diets.
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