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- n. A rebate (discount or partial refund).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as 3d rebate, v.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of rebating, or the state of being rebated; a blunting; abatement: drawback.
- n. In heraldry:
- n. A cutting off, or shortening, as of one arm of a cross, or the like.
- n. Same as abatement, in the sense of degradation of or dishonorable addition to a coat-armor.
- n. A narrowing.
We are doing asbestos rebatement (ph), we're building clinic in many of our communities that don't have access now for our servicemen and women.
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That act provides for the rebatement of taxes on distilled spirits destroyed by fire, except in cases where the owners of such spirits may be indemnified against tax by a valid claim of insurance.
12 Whereas there was claimed of the said Companie the summe of 23553. markes of debt, made by certaine of their factors for the said company, for paiment whereof their whole stocke was in danger of arrest, by publike authoritie: Futher also 2140. rubbles for custome and houserent, he obtained a rebatement of eighteene thousand, one hundred fiftie and three marks of the sayd debt.