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voucher

1. a document serving as evidence for some claimed transaction, as the receipt or expenditure of money
2. Brit a ticket or card serving as a substitute for cash
3. any of certain documents that various groups of British nationals born outside Britain must obtain in order to settle in Britain
4. English law obsolete
a. the summoning into court of a person to warrant a title to property
b. the person so summoned
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30% OFF FOOD COLOURING 89p NORMAL PRICE NOW 62p Terms & conditions: Voucher valid from Thursday November 27 - Thursday December 4.
Customers may be paying sales tax on the amount paid for the voucher, or may be paying sales tax on the entire face value of the taxable product or service.
Obviously in a Democratic primary, that's not the thing to say, that you support school vouchers,'' said Bob Stern, president of the Center for Governmental Studies, a Los Angeles-based think tank.
However, voucher students have a state-mandated right to opt out of all religious teachings (Wisconsin Statutes [section] 119.
More than pounds 700m worth of gift vouchers were bought as presents, but one in 12 people still have unused vouchers leftover from last Christmas.
Also, this voucher entitles you to a four year warranty on all main products (excluding telephones) when purchased at Bang & Olufsen.
Sachar says the voucher law allows private school students to participate but "next year, we fully expect that there will be sufficient applications from public school students so that it will be difficult for a child enrolled in a private school to be accepted.
Indeed, voucher proponents who say that poor black parents deserve the choices available to affluent white parents, need only recall that for years some wealthy white D.
Hamburger in particular attributes the state prohibitions on vouchers or their analogs to nineteenth-century nativism and anti-Catholicism, ignoring the provocations regularly pouring from the papal states and the Vatican.
Another problem, says Clay, is that voucher systems take the cream of the crop.
The $347 million in "Fair Share" section 8 rental assistance vouchers were Awarded, based upon community needs.