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Remit

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

To send payment for goods or services.
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Share your remit with NZNO member groups before you submit it, to make sure it is well understood.
This could in turn further incentivise the Pakistani diaspora, especially high-ticket remitters, to remit more in the coming months," said Manghat.
Remit Bhutan was launched on September 21, 2016 by Prime Minister Dasho Tshering Tobgay as a landmark policy initiative to provide a platform for non-resident Bhutanese to remit their savings and earnings to Bhutan through banking.
There is a quick two-step process to remit, the customer simply has to register their beneficiary with the beneficiary bank account or IBAN number and the beneficiary bank name and upon registration the customer can start sending money immediately.
The amount remitted from U Remit can be collected from any of the NBP nationwide 1,443 branches.
S4C chief executive Ian Jones warned on Monday that the channel's remit was no longer "fit for purpose" in the digital era and stressed the need for it to become available on new platforms.
It cited Starving Artist twice, once for failure to remit withholding and once for failure to remit sales taxes.
The trip was set up by national training provider, Remit, as a prize for those apprentices who came top at the company's national awards, held in December 2012.
On a related issue, the district court held that the OTCs were required to remit any amounts that they did collect as a tax.
Under Remit Shield, the sender's legal beneficiary will receive 12 times the total amount remitted in the last 30 days, with a maximum coverage of up to Dh100, 000 ($27,229.4).
Every single Remit apprentice is employed and paid a wage from day one.