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an accommodation made in the light of special or extenuating circumstances

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a contract granting the right to operate a subsidiary business

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the act of conceding or yielding

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The child concessionary fare scheme is open to all children and young people resident in Tyne and Wear up until the end of the school year in which they turn 16.
The salmon and sea trout licence, which also covers trout and coarse fish, is PS72 or PS48 concessionary and PS23 for 12 to 16-year-olds.
When the national concessionary scheme was introduced in 2008 the council issued 16,000 passes for free travel on off-peak bus services.
The solution should not be a broadening of the concessionary base.
In West Yorkshire concessionary train fares were 50p say from Huddersfield to Denby Dale on the Penistone Line.
These passes, issued as part of the Government's national concessionary travel scheme, allow free travel on all local buses in England and have a smartcard chip embedded within them.
Tory Assembly leader Nick Bourne yesterday rejected claims that his party would cut the concessionary fares scheme.
The two-month extension has been made after Mersey travel was swamped with applications for the new English National Concessionary Travel Scheme, which allows holders to travel free on any off peak local bus services throughout the country.
Not many retail businesses would survive if they permitted staff concessionary days at potentially busy times.
the concessionary fare scheme has helped almost double the number of bus passengers in the county.
Northwest Airlines and its pilots continued to negotiate on a concessionary agreement yesterday even as a ruling by the bankruptcy court on the carrier's bid to impose a new contract was believed to be imminent.
This year Centro will pay out pounds 57 million of public money to bus operators who provide concessionary travel to the elderly and young children.
The threat emerged after British Rail said the London-wide, off-peak concessionary scheme for trains, tubes and buses may be axed because of privatisation.
Northwest ALPA Master Executive Council Chairman Steve Zoller said the vote "is a clear signal Northwest pilots reject management's concessionary contract proposals and will stand shoulder to shoulder for the industry-leading contract they have earned.
Invitation to tender: The research program will be used to check how the concessionary commercial Swiss VHF radio stations implement the program contract of the concession.