Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
After all, why should you be out of pocket if we don't win your case?
Instead, this person will be out of pocket about $250.
I could not allow them to be out of pocket over me.
He is believed to be out of pocket more than $100,000.
You'll not be out of pocket by our stay, I think.
Is the patient to be out of pocket, or the doctor?
Mike will be out of pocket on a conference call between 2 and 5 today.
I believe him, but he surely won't be out of pocket for long.
The total by which people were out of pocket has been estimated to be £500m-£1bn.
None will be out of pocket, but some 200 staff are likely to lose their jobs.
For all other care, payment would be out of pocket.
Sorry folks — I was out of pocket for a few hours today.
Everything is out of pocket, so he stays home with her 24 hours a day.
But if he doesn't get a particularly good bonus then we will be out of pocket.
"But still I am out of pocket $500 and time spent away for two meetings," he said.
Otherwise it is your organisation that will be out of pocket.
Browning said she would be out of pocket some $175,000.
No one expects a pay cheque, but neither should people be out of pocket.
In a rational world, they would have been out of pocket by way more than $2bn on Friday.
Make any necessary payments around the 15th, in the certain knowledge that you won't be out of pocket for long.
If the defendant wins, on the whole he is going to be out of pocket.
But some - those on the every lowest income - will still be out of pocket.
I will be out of pocket until next week.
I've got to pass that on to the client and have to act quickly, otherwise I'm going to be out of pocket.
I wouldn't want you to be out of pocket.
And many others may have to pay out of pocket if they can.
Only if I was out of pocket in some other way.
At this point I am still out of pocket about $600.
In some cases, yes, people have been left out of pocket.
Most people pay for them out of pocket or with private insurance.
I don't expect you to be out of pocket over this.
Day care for her two children, paid out of pocket, will cost $200 a week, she said.
"What they want to know how is much it's going to cost them out of pocket."
"You can own here for a little as $7,000 out of pocket."
Making a mistake could leave me out of pocket by a lot more than 2%.
So they're not out of pocket, they don't have to keep two homes going.
These students then had to pay $300 fines out of pocket.
No participant would ever have to pay more than $4,000 out of pocket.
But this year, she expects to pay no money out of pocket.
Q. For those who pay out of pocket, what are the costs?
By then he was playing, too, and two bucks out of pocket.
If you have extraordinarily high costs, then they pay all over $4,000 out of pocket.
That way he wouldn't be out of pocket when she couldn't work during her pregnancy.
Currently, patients must pay the entire cost out of pocket.
People mostly pay for the services they receive 'out of pocket'.
We like it better than paying a fee out of pocket.
Americans are paying more out of pocket for their healthcare services.
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