To that end, the GOP should be working to limit its losses over the next two years and prepare to recover in the midterms.
Moreover, Mr. Madoff told his sons that there were $50 billion in losses.
Would they have been able to make it if losses had been more broadly distributed among smaller banks?
She celebrated the movement's triumphs and mourned our losses every bit as much as the frontline ACT UP warrior.
If it turns out the losses are big enough, you may not honor them 100 cents on the dollar.
The losses in this battle were about equal, 600 killed and wounded in each army.
The impulse was strong in them all to start afresh and retrieve their losses.
In 1802, beggared by lawsuits and losses, he became landless.
In only three cases was the estimate of your losses higher than the actual losses.
From hundreds his losses grew to thousands, and she was in despair.
Old English los "loss, destruction," from Proto-Germanic *lausa- (see lose). The modern word, however, probably evolved 14c. with a weaker sense, from lost, the original past participle of lose. Phrase at a loss (1590s) originally refers to hounds losing the scent. To cut (one's) losses is from 1885, originally in finance.