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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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The major finding of this study is the difference between S100B, homocysteine, vitamin B12, folic acid, and PCT serum levels in remitters to ECT compared to nonremitters: patients remitting under ECT had significantly higher homocysteine, S100B, and PCT serum levels, whereas serum levels of vitamin B12 and folic acid were significantly lower in remitters to ECT than in nonremitters.
AUSTRAC has taken enforcement action against a relatively small number of remitters, struck problematic providers from the Register, and refused registration for others.
Regulatory entities mandate CDD procedures for the following entities: banks, savings and loan cooperatives, and pension funds; insurance companies and intermediaries, money exchangers, and money remitters; securities broker/dealers, credit issuers, and sellers or redeemers of traveler's checks and postal money orders; trust administrators, financial intermediaries, and asset managers; real estate developers and agents; manufacturers, sellers, and distributors of weapons; art, jewelry, and precious metals dealers; sellers of new and used vehicles; casinos, virtual casinos, and electronic or other gaming entities; lawyers, and accountants.
The Bank will extend full co-operation to the remitters and facilitate beneficiaries in smooth transfer of money and also provide valuable guidance to remitters for executing the transactions in line with laid down procedures of the State Bank as well as NBP's own policies.
This fact, he said needed to be disseminated forcefully and openly to the ignorant Remitters.
He said: "There is a big increase in remittances, particularly from the white collar remitters who wait for a good rate as they unlock huge amounts of money that they had held on to.
The move to impose 12.36 percent service tax on remittance bank fees in India could burden the remitters or the recipients
In part this was because it was relatively costly to monitor the remittance of the tax when many remitters were each responsible for a small fraction of total revenue.
26 ( ANI ): Indian expatriates have topped the charts worldwide for being the top remitters for the developing world, a new World Bank report revealed.
Siva Ramkrishnan, executive director at PwC, said that India and China have been traditionally big remitters.
The demographic data, as well as cognitive, behavioural, and functional measures between the remitters and non-remitters were compared using Mann-Whitney U test.
The new contract has already attracted a wide range of participation from retail remitters, individual investors and small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs), said a senior official.
When the researchers compared remitters to nonremitters, significant differences were found on the RDQ total scale, depressive symptoms, and other symptoms.
Three of the six persistently obese remitters had an increasing body mass index over the 7 years, underscoring the point that not all of the instability in gain and loss of metabolic syndrome during this period of transition is related to changes in weight status, Dr.
As opposed to using a money exchange or depending on bank transfers, remitters will be required to register online with the details of their beneficiaries under a particular name.