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Voucher

A document entitling the holder to some payment. For example, one may be provided with a voucher for a discount on some product a company sells. Likewise, one may have a voucher for a rebate on a product already purchased. Vouchers have entered political discussions as well, with some advocating the provision of vouchers to local taxpayers, which may be used to finance education at a private school.
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Discount vouchers and Free Delivery Vouchers at Vouchers UK and CheapVoucherCodes.
There are some situations where vouchers are redeemable for a specific product or service on multiple occasions and, in such a case, the amount on which the sales tax will be computed is determined by dividing the total amount the customer paid for the voucher by the number of times a voucher can be redeemed.
USB/PS2 ball scroll mouse: To earn enough vouchers pounds 1,900 (pounds 12.
The New Hampshire House of Representatives has rejected a bill that would have established a voucher system funded by backdoor channels.
The one-word response and his mention of vouchers later in the evening forced Quintero's campaign for the 43rd Assembly District into damage control.
Some proponents of school vouchers have put this plan forward as a means to this noble end, but government subsidy of schools--even of this sort--will have the very opposite effect: it will not lead to greater freedom in the educational arena, but at best only to more efficient educational socialism.
More than pounds 700m worth of gift vouchers were bought as presents, but one in 12 people still have unused vouchers leftover from last Christmas.
TEXT: This voucher entitles you to ten per cent off our full range of books, across art, design, photography, travel and interiors.
WSF helped families that accepted the vouchers place their children in 53 private schools in the capital.
Vouchers are one of those subjects for which both sides marshal compelling, if ultimately unsatisfying, arguments.