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Definition of Incur

Incur
Incur In*cur", v. i. To pass; to enter. [Obs.] Light is discerned by itself because by itself it incurs into the eye. --South.

Meaning of Incur from wikipedia

- In insurance, incurred but not reported (IBNR) claims is the amount owed by an insurer to all valid claimants who have had a covered loss but have not...
- protect his younger siblings from being beaten. It is possible that Guzmán incurred his father's wrath for trying to stop him from beating them. His mother...
- that turned violent in February 2014, she was attacked by five people and incurred some injuries. According to MinnPost, the day before the caucus, Minneapolis...
- including Austin and Morris), and owned it for six years. By 2000, Rover was incurring huge losses and BMW decided to sell off several of the brands. The MG...
- defensive as the Red Army began the liberation of Western Russia. The losses incurred by the Waffen-SS and the Wehrmacht during the Battle of Kursk occurred...
- should have been $21.10. It was further alleged that Jobs had thereby incurred taxable income of $20,000,000 that he did not report, and that Apple overstated...
- latter produced disastrous results at Montreuil. Henry's break with Rome incurred the threat of a large-scale French or Spanish invasion. To guard against...
- his father. By employing many liberal humanists as teachers, Wyttenbach incurred the anger of the local conservative government. Subsequently, police raided...
- considerably during the second strike, and two thirds of ****an's losses were incurred during the second wave. Nagumo felt if he launched a third strike, he would...
- reason. Immanuel Kant called Enlightenment "man's release from his self-incurred tutelage", tutelage being "man's inability to make use of his understanding...
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