Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Same as remissible. Cotgrave.

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  • adjective Capable of being remitted

Etymologies

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remit +‎ -able

Examples

  • While these students would still be liable for the non-remittable portion ($5.00) of the late registration fee of $15.00 as required by the Board resolution of 11 December 1953, the President stated that he had been able to make arrangements by which the students involved would not suffer a penalty in terms of choice of courses and sections because of late registration.

    Board of Visitors minutes

  • It was accordingly resolved by the Board that the Delayed Registration fee be increased to $15.00, one-third of this fee ($5.00) to be non-remittable, to meet the costs of late registration, and the other two-thirds ($10.00) to be remittable at the discretion of the appropriate dean for proper cause.

    Board of Visitors minutes

  • Finally, to avoid collateral disadvantages they should be (10) popular, and (11) remittable.

    The English Utilitarians, Volume I.

  • Regarding repatriation of revenue, no foreign exchange restrictions exist and equity capital, loan capital, and all income streams arising in Qatar are freely remittable.

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  • Regarding repatriation of revenue, no foreign exchange restrictions exist and equity capital, loan capital, and all income streams arising in Qatar are freely remittable.

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  • But the economic recovery would be greatly accelerated, with much increased productivity, enhanced availability of goods and ongoing containment of inflation, if business was enabled to offer credit, which would partially be made possible if Vat was remittable to the state only once received from customers.

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  • But, when you tell people I don't know who, what you're thinking but if you think I am paying you large a remittable for your private company, then we're getting paid by our investors publicly then you're pretty stupid.

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