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Synonyms for remit

Synonyms for remit

to grant forgiveness to or for

to become or cause to become less active or intense

Synonyms for remit

the topic that a person, committee, or piece of research is expected to deal with or has authority to deal with

(law) the act of remitting (especially the referral of a law case to another court)

send (money) in payment

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release from (claims, debts, or taxes)

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refer (a matter or legal case) to another committee or authority or court for decision

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forgive

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make slack as by lessening tension or firmness

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diminish or abate

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Robert's skills are improving every day, thanks to what he's learning at college, through his Remit assessor and, of course, while he's on the job.
However, in a joint letter with the Scottish Government, I have recently informed the NHS Pay Review Body that we will not be providing a remit to them to consider this issue for Wales.
Customers can remit funds door-to-door to all districts in Egypt within 48 hours," he noted.
Similar to the current version, the revised version provides that, when the purchaser delivers an exemption certificate claiming MPU, the seller is relived of its obligation to collect, pay or remit the applicable tax; the purchaser is obligated to pay the appropriate sales/use tax to those jurisdictions in which concurrent use is available.
If a student had not paid tuition, the letter asked schools to charge the home institution's rate of tuition and remit the amount to the damaged school.
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.
Pledging one's allegiance to a post-9/11 America--one which continues to rip families apart for promises of material comfort--is at best an uneasy position for those who remit.
For Mike Allmond, chairman of ReMIT, this represents a step forward for vocational training in the UK.
Instead, they must report and remit such amounts to the appropriate state offices after the property has been abandoned for a prescribed period of time.
Among patients who did remit, half relapsed at least once during the study (2.
The AICPA's Employee Benefit Plans Expert Panel has learned that the Department of Labor's focus on reviewing the timeliness of employee remittances has recently involved a review of the benefit plan administrator's ability to remit funds on a bimonthly basis.
COM, is the development of KLIK REMIT Remittance Processing Services.
Virtual Remit Streamlines Receivables Process, Enables Scanning of all Remittance Documents
I FIND it difficult to understand why the remit that would have allowed nurses to belong to more than two NZNO colleges or sections was not passed at the recent NZNO AGM.
eServGlobal announces a new agreement for the HomeSend remittance service between its strategic business partner BICS and Brastel Remit , a remittance service of Brastel Co.