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n 1. an allowance or deduction made from a gross sum.
v 2. to reduce the amount of a professional fee.
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The airfare is charged separately from the land-only tour, and is not discountable.
For example, Charles Baudelaire, who was paid only 1,200 francs in discountable bills for an edition of Les Fleurs du Mal and Les Poemes en prose by Michel Levy in 1863, earned rive times less than his publisher for the 35,000 volumes of his translation of Edgar Allan Poe sold between 1856 and 1863 (Mollier, "Baudelaire" 161,166).
Second, with the future prospect of a stricter framework for applying valuation discounts, this could be a fleeting opportunity to leverage FLPs or other discountable assets in the gift.