voucher


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Synonyms for voucher

Synonyms for voucher

someone who vouches for another or for the correctness of a statement

a document that serves as evidence of some expenditure

a negotiable certificate that can be detached and redeemed as needed

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50% OFF LUXURY COOKING CHOCOLATE 69p NORMAL PRICE NOW 35p Terms & conditions: Voucher valid from Thursday November 27 - Thursday December 4.
If a customer redeems a stated-face-value voucher for products or services that are both taxable and nontaxable, the sales tax is computed only on the total amount of taxable products or services sold.
Ohio officials have discovered a new type of fraud in the state's voucher plan: parents deliberately enrolling their children in poorly performing schools in the hope that they will qualify for a voucher to go to private school.
GLENDALE -- After a long day of campaigning recently for the state Assembly seat he seeks as the capstone to his political career, Democrat Frank Quintero sat down to a debate and, when asked if he supports school vouchers, gave what he later called a ``halting, feeble yes.
Take, for instance, the voucher program as implemented in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The Unwanted Voucher Service buys the gift vouchers that people don't want.
This voucher entitles you to 15 per cent discount off all Christmas decorations at Parchment.
It was because of the timing that they were unable to place all the families that showed interest," agrees Mary Kayne Heinze of the Center for Education Reform, a Washington-based nonprofit that supports the voucher plan.
Their opponents argue that to date, studies have not found much evidence that existing voucher programs have yielded improved achievement; that, unlike the public education system, private schools aren't required to test all their students, as public schools now are, and hence aren't accountable for results; and that whatever extra money is available ought to go first to improve existing public schools.
is the question many are asking in the wake of the Supreme Court's June 27, 2002, five-to-four ruling in favor of Cleveland, Ohio's, school voucher plan--a move that largely trashes the First Amendment.
A voucher program, which would allow public funds to be used for private or parochial school tuitions, seems like a cost-effective way of allowing underprivileged students to attend private school.
Cuomo awarded the voucher to about 500 housing authorities in the U.