from The Century Dictionary.
- A simplified spelling of
- noun A former spelling of
receipt(and of the ultimately identical recheat).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete Receipt.
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- noun Obsolete form of
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January 15, 2008 at 1:25 pm wheres da receit? i want refund not cheezburguer
Any system that is going to work will cost big money and absolutely should have at least two paper trails, a receit to the voter and a paper copy for backup at the voting site for QA against electronic results.
For the rest of you, be warned, don't send anything worth more than 1000 N Kr to Norway, unless you send the receit in the mail to the recipient.
It was returned, they need the receit and a statement of the contents of the package.
As he was but a poore man, so his house affoorded but very small receit of guests, not lodging any but on necessity, and such as he had some knowledge of.
Norton one of your seruants from Vologda to Nouogrod, where the court then lay, expressely with letters, as well to aduertise his maiestie that the sayd Rutter was not sent vnto me according to his highnes commandement and order, as also about the dispatch of the said letters of priuiledge and receit of your money, with straight charge that he should in any wise returne vnto me againe before the departing of the ships.
The sixt day the Earle of Essex, vpon receit of letters from her
Vizir thus accompanied as aforesayd, who with great shew of kindnes receiued him: and after receit of her maiesties letters, and conference had of the Present, of her maiesties health, of the state of England, and such other matters as concerned our peaceable traffique in those parts: [Diner brought in.] dinner being prepared was by many of the
Now although he affirmed that he receiued the same by waie of gift, and not by waie of lone; yet bicause he confessed receit, he was condemned in that debt, forsomuch as he could not prooue the title the gift.
X. 122, in whole receit, thus the folio, but r. in whose; 367, destroy comma after me; 556, put the inverted comma after indiscretion, and destroy it at line 563; 652, put CHAPMAN to the note.