Example sentences for: incurring

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  • Census data suggest that noncitizens are more likely than citizens to be poor (29% vs 16%), despite the fact that noncitizen families are as likely as citizen families to have at least one full-time worker (82% vs 85%) [ 22 ] . In their report on insurance rates for Hispanic immigrants, the Commonwealth Fund Task Force on the Future of Health Insurance found that the longer Hispanic immigrants had been permanent residents of the United States, the more likely they were to be covered by employer-related insurance [ 23 ] . Among low-income immigrants in the United States in 1999, 59% were uninsured, compared to 30% of low-income citizens [ 22 ] . The Kaiser Commission reports that immigrants may underutilize health care regardless of insurance coverage, out of fear of jeopardizing their citizenship eligibility by incurring costs as public charges [ 22 ] .

  • Dental students are incurring more and more debt as they progress through school.

  • The Saudi daily Asharq al-Awsat noted that an election in high summer meant these tents would have to be air-conditioned, incurring costs that could deter some potential candidates from running.

  • There's 1) the cost--in time and/or money--of finding someone who already has a copy, and will give it to you for free or for cheap; 2) the risk of getting caught stealing intellectual property; 3) any premiums you pay to others for incurring such risks (as when you get copies from bootleggers); and 4) informal punishments such as being labeled a cheat or a cheapskate.

  • OSHA has estimated that in the first year there will be 1,300,000 respondents incurring total burden hours of 8,926,558, or an average burden per firm of 6.87 hours, at a cost of $180,787,295.


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