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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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Our study supports this result, as the baseline S100B levels were significantly higher in remitters and correlated negatively with baseline depression severity.
(40) It adopted Special Recommendations on Terrorist Financing that required countries to register or license these providers (41) and to extend money laundering obligations to money remitters. (42)
The reward for this contribution, though, seems to be higher Indian service tax that would ultimately be borne by remitters or recipients.
In all, 42 subjects (40%) had remission at 12 weeks and were categorised as early remitters, 41 (39%) who did not remit at 12 weeks but achieved remission at 24 weeks were categorised as late remitters, and 22 (21%) who had not achieved remission at 24 weeks were classified as non-remitters.
The researchers also sprit the cohort into remitters vs.
Aditya Menon, the executive director and global head of product management at Obopay, another mobile payment solutions company, told Gulf News the technology will be a valuable resource for most remitters. He said: 'Instead of having cash in your wallet, you roll it up into your mobile phone.
Further to facilitate the remitters in identifying the places near to them to route remittances through banking channels, a locator have been placed, he added.
At the same time, he said, there would a new, more stringent, licensing system for bureaux de change, cheque cashers and money remitters which were also subject to abuse by terrorists.
Remitters had a mean CDRS-R reduction of 45% by week 2, while nonremitters had a reduction of 29% by the same time.
Al Ansari said his company would seek to boost its market share (currently 16 per cent) among Indian remitters who accounted for a total of Dh62 billion in money transfers through exchange houses from the UAE in 2017.