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re·mit

(rē-mit'),
To become less severe for a time without absolutely ceasing.
[see remission]

remit

noun Responsibility, role, job, task; as in “…the remit of members (in organisation X) is…”

re·mit

(rē-mit')
To become less severe for a time without absolutely ceasing.

remit,

v to send; to relinquish.
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Other remits passed at the AGM mean: all those standing for the board of directors must be endorsed by either their regional council, te poari, or a national college or section; other than the president and vice president, no other board member can be on the membership committee; NZNO is to review its international affiliations to expand its global connectedness; members will have the option of receiving Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand electronically; NZNO will not invest in fossil fuels; NZNO will develop a document bringing together research on healthy rostering to guide future MECA negotiations; and from now on Hawke's Bay Regional Council will be known as Te Matua a Maui Regional Council NZNO.
We are positive that this product will be a compelling option for beneficiaries in India to enjoy the facility of a prepaid remit card," he added.
Volant Passenger Vehicle Solutions, based in Aldridge, currently employs two Remit apprentices.
The Tory-led UK Government has given the NHS Pay Review Body a remit to consider the introduction of regional pay for NHS staff in England.
By week eight, this number had fallen to 26 (37%), and women whose depression remitted were more likely to report fewer concerns about sex drive, sexual arousal and reaching orgasm than those whose depression did not remit, independent of drug assignment, say the researchers from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Centre.
Al-Askar said, "The new TeleMoney centers, including the existing TeleMoney outlets currently undergoing modernization, would help expatriate workers to remit their funds faster and without any hassle.
On receipt of the form, the seller is relieved of its obligation to collect and remit tax.
And should those schools remit tuition dollars to damaged schools?
Partial Indulgences, given for any of a number of things, including any act of charity or any act of penance, remit part of the punishment; there are no other conditions.
To gain an understanding of who remits, how much and why they remit, and what transfer mechanisms they use, an article in the Atlanta Fed's Economic Review analyzes the basic trends in remittance transfers from Mexican immigrants in the United States--who account for about one-third of U.
These mothers, fathers, brothers, and sisters remit close to $8 billion each year to family members back home in the Philippines, accounting for more than 10 percent of the country's Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
STUDENTS are starting to train in the retail motor sector through ReMIT, the training arm of the Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMI).