Definitions for "penalty"
A fee imposed for a violation of a rule.
Penal retribution; punishment for crime or offense; the suffering in person or property which is annexed by law or judicial decision to the commission of a crime, offense, or trespass.
1) A score subtracted (added to the opposing side) for the failure to fulfill the contract. 2) A penalty to a pair or team assigned by director, for disobeying game rules ( infraction) (e.g. a revoke). It can be expressed in terms of tricks, matchpoints or IMPs, or imposed by barring certain actions to the offender or the offending player's partner.
An action that does not allow a state to use the full amount of its apportioned funds. The action may be a withholding of project approvals or withholding of a percentage of the state's apportionment. The action ("sanction") may be taken when the state does not comply with a required provision of law.
a foul where the ball is given to the opposite team
A foul signified by the throwing of a yellow flag on the field.
The suffering, or the sum to be forfeited, to which a person subjects himself by covenant or agreement, in case of nonfulfillment of stipulations; forfeiture; fine.
an additional sum that may be charged in certain circumstances
an agreement to pay a stipulated sum on breach of contract, irrespective of the damage sustained
Failure to send payments for taxes by the date due results in interest charges. Interest is charged at the rate of 1.5% per month or 18% a year. Other Penalties Failure to send in the report by the due date results in a late file penalty of $25.00. In addition to other penalties provided by law, the failure of an employer to furnish wage and tax statements (W-2 forms) to the DOR by the due date must result in a $50 minimum penalty, or a $5 per W-2 penalty for each failure, whichever is greater.
An amount, in addition to interest, collected on current year delinquent taxes. The penalty is 3% added on June 1st and another 8% added on December 1st. Penalty applies only to current year past due taxes.
A punitive measure usually associated with failure to fulfill a contractual obligation.
Means many things to golfers but the worst is, it adds strokes to yours score.
a cowardly way to score
a cowards way to score
Keywords:  cancel, imposed, ticket, obligor, fares
Cancellation Penalty: A fee charged to the customer for cancelling all or part of a ticket.
A penalty, or surrender charge, is a fee or penalty that you may have to pay if you cancel a life insurance policy or cash in annuities before a specified number of years has elapsed. See also surrender value and surrender charge.
Refers to a fee imposed by airline to change or cancel flights once ticket has been issued. Generally applies to advance purchase discounted fares.
When a health care facility has not submitted a discharge data abstract in accordance with the provisions of Subdivision (g) of Section 128735 and Subdivision (c) of Section 128755 of the Health and Safety Cod, and the facility has not been granted a modification or extension, it may be liable for a civil penalty of one hundred dollars per day as defined in Subdivision (g) of Section 128770 of the Health and Safety Code.
if any personal property is not listed by the person whose duty it is to list such property on or before March 15 on any year, when such property is assessed there shall be added to the assessed valuation of such property as a mandatory penalty, amounts as follows: 1) If listed or assessed after March 15, but on or before April 15, ten percent (10%) of the assessed value. 2) If listed or assessed after April 15, twenty percent (20%) of the assessed value. If the county assessor fails, neglects, or refuses to add the valuation penalty, he shall be liable on his official bond for the amount of said penalties.
the disadvantage or painful consequences of an action or condition; "neglected his health and paid the penalty"
Keywords:  multa, prezzo, sanzione
"multa, sanzione, penale, pena, prezzo"
Keywords:  surety, fidelity, monetary, bond, size
The monetary size of the level of risk, and potential payment, associated with a bond.
The limit of an insurer's or surety's liability under a fidelity or surety bond.
The maximum sum named in a bond as becoming payable by the surety in the event of default by the person guaranteed.
Keywords:  dice, hamper, modifier, bonuses, worst
A negative modifier to a dice roll.
Some negative modifier which serves to hamper an action or dice roll.
A negative modifier to a die roll. Modifiers with specific type descriptors (such as armor, enhancement, competence, etc.) generally do not stack with others of identical type. If more than one modifier of a given type is present, only the best bonus or worst penalty in that grouping applies. Bonuses or penalties that do not have type descriptors generally stack with those that do.
Keywords:  calcio, rigore
"calcio di rigore, rigore"
In addition to duty, a charge levied by a foreign customs authority against a carnet, which has not been utilized in conformity with the conditions of the carnet system.
An extra payment or charge required of the borrower for deviating from the terms of the original loan agreement. Usually levied for being late in making regular payment or for paying off the loan before it is due, known as "late charges" and "prepayment penalties."
A fee charged by the lender when the borrower pays off all or a portion of a mortgage more quickly than provided for in the mortgage agreement.
With respect to SEO, penalty refers to a web site that has been removed from the search engine index, or otherwise given unfavorable search engine ranking. Generally, this is the result of said web site using some sort of unapproved SEO technique(s) to inflate the search engine ranking.
Keywords:  handicap
A handicap.
An amount added to your monthly premium for Medicare Part B, or for a Medicare drug plan, if you don't join when you're first able. You pay this higher amount as long as you have Medicare. There are some exceptions.
A tariff added to your monthly Medicare premium if you do not join by a set deadline (when you first become eligible). There are some exceptions; follow up with your local Medicare information for details.
An amount of money you receive because something wasn't done correctly in your claim. Paid by your employer or the insurance company, the penalty amount can be an automatic 10 percent for a delay in one payment to you, or a 25 percent penalty -- up to $10,000 -- for an unreasonable delay.
a one-season suspension, which means Robertson's days as a Division I-A player are finished
A value assigned to an interface when it flaps. This value increases with each flap and decreases over time. The rate at which it decreases depends on the half life.
Keywords:  criminal, confusing, big, laws, list
a big, confusing list of criminal laws.
Keywords:  increase, tax
a tax increase