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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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A remit from Greater Auckland calling for the establishment of a young and new members' network was withdrawn.
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.
A remit calling for NZNO to investigate a financial transactions tax to increase funding for health care and tackle health problems related to inequity was overwhelmingly lost, with minimal discussion.
Would a non-EU vendor be permitted to collect and remit VAT only for sales made in a "member state of consumption" if the sale exceeds that member state's thresholds?
Issues could be investigated and information provided when regions and colleges and sections considered remits from the log.
For certain time and materials contracts, or when a contractor engages in resale activities, the contractor may have to collect and remit sales tax on the full selling price of tangible personal property transferred under the agreement.
The county collects the taxes, remits them to the city in one installment annually, and certifies the increment during the first quarter of the calendar year.
It was clear many members at the AGM were unaware of the implications surrounding some of the remits.
Two regions are putting forward remits that challenge elements of the constitution.
A remit from the board of directors put forward a rule amendment to enable conference to decide whether a rule matter could be decided on a ballot of all members.
Decisions arising from other conference remits are:
Conference carried all three remits brought by Te Runanga o Aotearoa NZNO.