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remittal

[ri-mit-l] /rɪˈmɪt l/
noun
1.
Origin
1590-1600
1590-1600; remit + -al2
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  • The effects of this strict interpretation may be mitigated, however, by a remittal of the disqualification in appropriate cases.
  • Further, there is ample, undisputed evidence that a timely remittal of each rent payment was important to appellee.
  • He also pointed out that under the existing code, remittal of disqualification can be done on the record as well as in writing.
  • License applications, application procedures, and remittal of fees after license issuance.
British Dictionary definitions for remittal

remission

/rɪˈmɪʃən/
noun
1.
the act of remitting or state of being remitted
2.
a reduction of the term of a sentence of imprisonment, as for good conduct: he got three years' remission
3.
forgiveness for sin
4.
discharge or release from penalty, obligation, etc
5.
lessening of intensity; abatement, as in the severity of symptoms of a disease
Derived Forms
remissive, adjective
remissively, adverb
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