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Synonyms for compensation

something (such as money) given or received as payment or reparation (as for a service or loss or injury)

(psychiatry) a defense mechanism that conceals your undesirable shortcomings by exaggerating desirable behaviors

the act of compensating for service or loss or injury

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What made the police different from chiefs in such criminal cases was that they often combined compensational justice with types of punishments that rural residents associated with the police as representatives of the state: physical force, public work for the police and/or detention in the cells.
It pointed out that the Kurdish Alliance demanded an increase in the Region's Parliamentary seats, while the Nijaifi's delegation presented three suggestions dealing with compensational seats and the minorities' quota.
This study somehow reflects the compensational effect on organizational effectiveness.
These results support the idea that inflammation causes apoptosis, and that relatively overgrown gingiva is a result of the compensational epithelium proliferation.
This code of ethics should be incorporated with compensational and performance evaluation parameters for every member of organization to make the code of ethics effectively operative.
Volz divided the Pulitzer Prize winners into three historical periods: the exclusionary period (1917-1951), the compensational equality period (1952-1990), and the formal equality period (1991-2010).
The compensational model, in contrast, proposes that individuals' attachment to God may not correspond to their attachments to humans because God serves as a substitute attachment figure (or secure base) for individuals with insecure or unfulfilling human attachments.
As hemoglobin glycosylation causes increased affinity to oxygen (ten times higher than that of normal hemoglobin), diabetic patients experience a chronic hypoxia which leads to a compensational polycythemia.