disgorgement

[ US /dɪsˈɡɔɹdʒmənt/ ]
NOUN
  1. the reflex act of ejecting the contents of the stomach through the mouth
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How To Use disgorgement In A Sentence

  • As of Sept. 30, the SEC was owed $657 million in fines and "disgorgement" - the surrender of ill-gotten gains - but the agency expected that $575 million of that would go uncollected. The Washington Post: National, World & D.C. Area News and Headlines - washingtonpost.com
  • Labor-intensive riddling and disgorgement is in constantdemand as the queue of vintages advances toward corking. Jason Feulner
  • Contrarily speaking, researches on the disgorgement of corporation in the corporate law are of insufficiency, at least not systemic.
  • Of course, the court may still grant a disgorgement order merely where it is satisfied that an investor has been adversely affected.
  • The wine is aged on the lees in the bottle for about three years prior to disgorgement.
  • Alice Paillard of Bruno Paillard, a top Champagne house, refers to disgorgement as "surgery" and the time afterward as "surgical recovery" as the wine knits itself together again. Bubble by Bubble
  • Of course, the court may still grant a disgorgement order merely where it is satisfied that an investor has been adversely affected.
  • Actual benefit may be thought of as a restitutionary or disgorgement measure.
  • Ivan Boesky, the former arbitrager, agreed to pay $100 million to settle SEC charges, but half of that amount was disgorgement of illicit profits. Rajaratnam Ordered to Pay Record SEC Penalty
  • The final stages in the process are the remuage and disgorgement.
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