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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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The aim of our study was to analyze vitamin B12, folic acid, homocysteine, procalcitonin, and S100B levels in patients undergoing ECT and to compare remitters and nonremitters to the treatment.
The amount of remittances has grown as a result.' Meanwhile, authorities concerned met on Monday in the wake of an announcement in the budget to grant 2.0 per cent incentives for remitters as part of its efforts to encourage them to send money through the banking channel.
This represented a 51% lower risk of relapse with esketamine among stable remitters and a 70% lower risk of relapse among stable responders, compared with placebo.
Global money transfer, foreign exchange and payment solutions brand, UAE Exchange, has partnered with Groupe Banque Populaire in Morocco, to enable remitters to send money from UAE Exchange branch to the bank.
(28) The CEO may also sanction unregistered remitters with infringement notices.
The construction industry; MVTS, including money remitters; the casino industry; and real estate have been identified as vulnerable to exploitation, as well as state and private financial institutions.
A number of renowned international exchange houses and money transfer companies from across the world, including the Middle East, Europe, Asia-Pacific and America, are our trusted partners and Remitters from over 180 countries can easily send their remittances through National Bank,' he said.
Remitters, he said were usually enticed by the convenience and better rates offered by Hundi/Hawala operators; Most of the time such remitters are totally unaware of the negative effects of such operations; Illegal money exchange through international jurisdictions fund illegal activities globally.
Sudhesh Giriyan, COO, Xpress Money, said: "The current level of the rupee is very attractive for customers, especially white collar remitters, to send money home.
The key objectives of the CIFG will be to (1) prevent ISIL's use of the international financial system, including unregulated money remitters; (2) counter ISIL's extortion and exploitation of economic assess and resources -- such as cash, oil, agricultural goods, cultural property, and other economic commodities -- that transit, enter, or are derived from areas in which ISIL operates; (3) deny ISIL funding from abroad, including from external donors, foreign terrorist fighters and kidnapping for ransom; and (4) prevent ISIL from providing financial or material support to foreign affiliates in an effort to expand its global ambitions.
Today NBP has over 35 leading overseas remitting partners extending NBPs "Foree Remittance Services" to remitters in their respective countries.
Westpac would close the accounts of remittance agencies on Dec 24, but would keep open until March 31 accounts of 20 remitters who filed a class action suit to give them time to find other companies that offer remittance services.