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Remit

To pay for purchases by cash, check, or electronic transfer.

Remit

To send money to remove an obligation or liability, especially electronically or through a wire service. For example, if one receives a speeding ticket and wires the city government the fine, one is said to have remitted the speeding ticket. As a noun, "remittance" also refers to the amount of money that is sent.

remit

To send payment for goods or services.
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If you are otherwise on low income but not receiving any of the relevant benefits, you may still qualify for a fee remission.
Radical remission survivors listen to the voices in their heads that whisper, 'Your job is killing you,' 'Move your body,' or, 'Look for other options,'" she writes.
Remission of 90 days would be granted to prisoners convicted for life imprisonment; 45 days to all convicts; total remission to male prisoners of 65 years of age or above and female prisoners of 60 years and above.
Inspector General of Prisons Punjab Mian Farooq Nazeer said here that convicts who fall under the terms and condition of special presidential remission were released immediately,soon after the receipt of remission notification this afternoon from various jails across the province.
Similar event also occurred on the Mississippi baby who is now under HIV remission due to detectable levels of the virus in her blood.
In the publication, study results from GEMINI I, a placebo-controlled induction and maintenance study in patients with UC, showed that vedolizumab met primary endpoints of improvement in clinical response (reduction in the Mayo Clinic score of greater than or equal to 3 points and greater than or equal to 30 percent from baseline, along with a decrease of at least 1 point on the rectal bleeding subscale or an absolute rectal bleeding score of 0 or 1) at six weeks and clinical remission (Mayo score of 2 or lower and no subscore higher than 1) at 52 weeks.
At baseline and after 3-4 months of treatment, patients completed the experimental Remission From Depression Questionnaire (RDQ) and the commonly used Quick Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology (QIDS).
Cohen of Metroplex Clinical Research Center, Dallas, cited several "prebiologic era" studies, including one 1996 randomized controlled trial of 285 patients who stopped nonbiologic disease-modifying antirheumatic drug therapy after achieving the "quite stringent" 1981 ACR/ARA remission definitions for 1 year.
In all, 750 Tihar convicts have been granted remission.
Although the Prison Act of 1947 was changed in 2007 to make a level playing field of 25 per cent remission for all prisoners, he claims that women imprisoned before 2007 are still entitled to one third remission, while men are not.
A cancer "vaccine" that uses small proteins found in abundance on the surface of leukemia cells shows strong signs of keeping the blood cancer at bay if given when the disease is in remission.