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re·mit

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

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

(rē-mit')
To become less severe for a time without absolutely ceasing.
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May 13-31: Remits prepared by remit committee, then sent to te poari for hui a-tau review process.
According to Yari, the agreement NNPC claims to have with state governors to remit a maximum of a|112 billion per month was done when oil price was $48 barrel per day but now the price $78.
The remit card has been launched in partnership with State Bank of India and UAE Exchange and Financial Services Ltd.
26, 2008, more than 18 months after the due date of her return, and she remits payment with the amended return.
The propensity to remit seems to be greater among immigrants who are undocumented, those who have left dependents in Mexico, those with lower levels of education and English skills, and the unbanked, the authors conclude.
Among patients who did remit, half relapsed at least once during the study (2.5 times on average), he said.
The five principles for the public service remit in member states include a legal act entrusting that remit to a broadcaster; an independent control authority to verify implementation of that remit; a proportionality test to ensure that the money granted is not excessive; and separate accounting for public service broadcasters with commercial activities.
The DOF said this was the highest amount of dividends ever collected since the enactment of RA 7656 in 1994, which required state firms to declare and remit at least half of their income as dividends to the national government.
The other gives hui a-tau the power to veto constitutional remits before they reach the NZNO AGM.
Absent such protection, the vendor presumably would not be in compliance with the rules if it collects and remits VAT based on information that it received from the customer in good faith.
EVERY FINANCIAL member will now be able to vote on remits proposing changes to NZNO policy or its constitution, following the passing of a "one member, one vote" remit at the AGM.
Similarly, it may be possible to reduce the tax liability on equipment used in other states if the equipment is owned by a leasing subsidiary that remits use tax on the lease payments attributable to a period during which equipment is used in the taxing state, rather than on the entire value of the equipment.