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voucher,

n a receipt or release that may serve as notice of payment of a debt or may prove the accuracy of accounts.
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They reported poll findings that public opinion opposed vouchers 52 percent to 46 percent on one question and favored vouchers 52 percent to 46 percent on another.
Like other CBC members, Clay and Ford believe that voucher programs would drain much-needed resources from school systems that are in dire need of more, not less.
The hiatus ended last year, when Congress approved funding for 50,000 "welfare-to-work" vouchers, followed this year by the vouchers awarded Aug.
Last year, an organization called CEO America began a privately funded voucher program aimed at Edgewood's largely Hispanic community.
Regardless of funders' motives, complete freedom of school choice is a major factor for the popularity of the CEO program and other private voucher programs among parents.
More than 120 million vouchers are issued every year in Belgium, and with the emergence of virtual vouchers, Sodexho wanted to make sure its IT infrastructure was efficient enough to guarantee constant data availability and optimal responsiveness, in line with the service expectations of its customers.
Terms & conditions: Voucher valid from Thursday January 22-Thursday January 29, 2015.
29 NORMAL PRICE NOW 99p Terms & conditions: Voucher valid from Thursday October 23 - Thursday October 30.
Interviews with them must cover the following issues: awareness on vouchers system; reasons why people refuse to take vouchers; reasons why people not applied of received vouchers; readiness of educational institutions to train people of 45+ years old; problem issues in implementation of the voucher system.
This voucher entitles the holder to one FREE ENTRY provided that each voucher holder is accompanied by a separate full paying adult.
A pounds 5 promotional voucher will be issued for every pounds 25 spent by a single customer.