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Drawback

A tax or duty rebate on imported goods that are exported at a later date.
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The only drawback I experience is when Americans sometimes express surprise that I should be travelling round alone; so you see it doesn't come from Europeans.
The usual drawback to success is that it annoys one's friends so; but in Annette's case this drawback was absent.
At the same time, and barring that slight drawback, I am bound to testify that he was the perfect model of a client.
She gave the history of her recent visit, and now her raptures might well be over; for Edmund was so struck with the circumstance, so delighted with what Miss Crawford had done, so gratified by such a coincidence of conduct between them, that Fanny could not but admit the superior power of one pleasure over his own mind, though it might have its drawback.
It was easy to decide that she was still too young; and Jane remained with them, sharing, as another daughter, in all the rational pleasures of an elegant society, and a judicious mixture of home and amusement, with only the drawback of the future, the sobering suggestions of her own good understanding to remind her that all this might soon be over.
Stryver, a man of little more than thirty, but looking twenty years older than he was, stout, loud, red, bluff, and free from any drawback of delicacy, had a pushing way of shouldering himself (morally and physically) into companies and conversations, that argued well for his shouldering his way up in life.
These drawbacks take away from the appeal of SD-WAN.
Khawaja Jalaluddin Roomi, President of Multan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI), said it was a good decision to permit the drawbacks of Local Taxes and Levies 2016-17 on annual basis on FOB-realised values of enhanced exports for shipments made during 2015-16, if increased beyond 10% over last year's exports i.
DRAWBACKS Main course was a little plain, perhaps not exciting enough for Valentine's Day.
Although the nature of the perceived benefits and drawbacks tend to differ across different risky behaviors, researchers have found that youth perceive outcomes of risky behaviors that are social reactions (e.
Drawbacks: The drawback is that both the sender and receiver must use application and your texts are stored on Tiger Text's database, so while ideally you'd want to be able to casually pass confidential information, we suggest being careful.
Minister Bagis, in an exclusive interview with the AA on Friday in Dubrovnik, said the current drafting system had certain drawbacks for fight against terrorism.