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chit

a voucher for a sum of money owed, esp for food or drink
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Revising the existing guidelines, the RBI said, 'It has been decided to permit NRIs to subscribe to the chit funds, without limit, on non-repatriation.
The way Amit Shah was given a clean chit in the fake encounter case; there is a growing belief that CBI is being used for political gains.
India has nearly 10,000 registered chit fund companies, the largest one being run by the Kerala government which has been in existence since 1969.
GIHI will also work to convert existing metro prepaid cellular dealers into the Chit Chat family.
Mo Chit is close to the famed Chatuchak Weekend Market, Bangkok's largest outdoor shopping zone.
We used grated CHIT to immobilize 4 tumor markers at screen-printed carbon electrodes (SPCE) for preparation of a novel immunosensor array.
Do not allow potatoes to chit for too long, or without natural light, as this will cause spindly shoots which are likely to be snapped off when you plant the tubers.
The chit also gives access to the subscription's account-management page on the publisher's site.
In answering our queries as to the controls and limits applied to the taxi chits (and free bus tokens) distributed throughout DND, LaViolette's spokesperson had said that the transportation subsidies "are available to personnel for the execution of business within Ottawa.
We have teamed up with Burton's to celebrate the launch of Chit Chats, the new crisp honeycomb crunch biscuits made with golden syrup, and are offering one lucky reader the chance to win an exciting weekend break for two in London, worth pounds 1,500.
Phonetime operates one of Canada's largest private long-distance networks with points-of-presence in 24 major urban areas and markets its own branded pre-paid calling cards (Nuvo, Bravo, Chit Chat, Eureka, Hot, and Call Value) across the country.