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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of remit.

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Examples

  • He was always sending applications or personally handing them to the authorities, asking to have his term remitted and to be allowed to go, and he told me that he had spent over two hundred roubles on telegrams.

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  • "No, I have addressed her under her _nomme de plume_, and desired her true name remitted, in confidence, if she objected to publicity; but she has never seen fit to gratify my curiosity."

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  • In a recent study, we also found that many of our "remitted" O.C.D. cases continued to take an SSRI.

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  • Today, the Pope, through the Curia, "remitted" the excommunications placed in 1988 on the four new bishops who had just been consecrated without permission (validly, but not legally) by Archbishop Lefebvre.

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  • As of course a large number of readers already know, a Decree dated Jan. 21 from the Congregation of Bishops in Rome (not Ecclesia Dei) "remitted" the "excommunicating" Decree of July 1, 1988, so that the four Society of St. Pius X bishops then declared to be

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  • Labour Minister Oscar Fernandes told Parliament that of the Rs 14.81 crore PF dues for December, Satyam had "remitted" the employees 'share of Rs 7.73 crore on February 6, the day it got a Rs 600 crore line of credit from the LIC of India.

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  • Mr. Katayama's comments come as the strong yen continues to pressure Japanese exporters by making domestic production costs less competitive, while reducing the value of sales overseas when remitted into the Japanese currency.

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  • Merchants' share of the proceeds, which averages about 60% world-wide, is remitted later—sometimes much later.

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  • Associated Press Funds remitted to Latin American countries rose 6% and 16% in January, compared to the year-earlier month.

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  • One examined 29 patients with Crohn's disease and found that after six months, 21 were considered remitted.

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