remission


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Synonyms for remission

Synonyms for remission

the act or process of becoming less active or intense

the act or an instance of forgiving

Synonyms for remission

an abatement in intensity or degree (as in the manifestations of a disease)

a payment of money sent to a person in another place

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

the act of absolving or remitting

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Remission is the reduction of the term of a prison sentence, usually due to good behaviour, exceptional merit, permanent ill-health or other special grounds.
The chief minister on the eve of Eid-ul-Azha and Independence Day, in order to create a sense of inclusiveness and goodwill amongst the prisoners has approved a special remission in the sentence of imprisonment of six different categories of prisoners for 60 days on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha and 60 days on the occasion of Independence Day '14th August 2019', said a statement.
Special remission of 120 days for all convicts, except the condemned prisoners and also except those convicted of murder,espionage, subversion, anti-state activities, terrorist activities,
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on the eve Eid-ul-Azha and Independence Day, in order to create a sense of inclusiveness and goodwill amongst the prisoners has approve a special remission in the sentence of imprisonment of six different categories of prisoners 60 days on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha
(iii) Special remission of 120 days per year for the date of sentence for male prisoners who are 65 years of age or above and have undergone at least 1/3rd of their substantive sentence, expect those involved in culpable homicide and those involved in terrorist acts, as defined in the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997.
(iv) Special remission of 120 days per year for the date of sentence for female prisoners who are 65 years of age or above and have undergone at least one third (1/3rd) of their substantive sentence, except those involved in a culpable homicide and those involved in terrorist acts, as defined in the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997.
Special remission for 45 days to all other convicts, except condemned prisoners and prisoners convicted of murder, espionage, subversion, anti-state activities, terrorist act (as defined in the Anti-Terrorism (Second Amendment) Ordinance, 1999 (No.
Researchers found that at 12 months, 39 of 65 patients (60 percent) in the rituximab group and 34 of 65 (52 percent) in the cyclosporine group had complete or partial remission (risk difference, 8 percentage points; 95 percent confidence interval, −9 to 25; P = 0.004 for noninferiority).
The president gave a special remission of 90 days to prisoners in Punjab, after which 128 prisoners including 12 in Adiala were released, while 496 including 66 in Adiala benefited.
In Hafizabad, as many as 13 prisoners of District Jail Hafizabad were granted 45-day remission of sentence ahead of Eidul Fitr on the orders of President of Pakistan and IG Police (Jails).
The remission announced by the Chief Minister will benefit hundreds of prisoners across the province and will enable them to celebrate Eidul Fitr with their families.
The 60 days remission awarded by Sindh Chief minister will benefit 3,613 prisoners and of them over 100 would be released from different jails.
Special remission of 60 days per year from the date of sentence for male prisoners who are 60 years of age or above and have undergone at least one third of their sentence except those involved in culpable homicide and those involved in terrorist acts.
A library with patient information is being opened in Cardiff, paid for with PS20,000 raised under the banner of Emily Clark's campaign and blog, Remission Possible.
Reigns returned to the ring Monday night and confirmed that his Leukemia is now in remission, which gives him clearance to return to in-ring competition with immediate effect.