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instalment

(US), installment
one of the portions, usually equal, into which a debt is divided for payment at specified intervals over a fixed period
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Serial stories, he found, were usually published in that weekly in five instalments of about three thousand words each.
Not without influence here was the necessity of filling a specified number of serial instalments, each of a definite number of pages, and each requiring a striking situation at the end.
A day or two afterward found the active and judicious editor examining, with blue eyes that seemed to grow rounder and rounder, the second instalment of Mr Finn's tale of mysteries in high life.
Visa, a leader in digital payments, said it is providing shoppers the ability to choose how they pay before, during or after purchase with the introduction of a suite of its instalment solutions APIs (application of programming interface).
Many traders say that if an instalment does not arrive or is damaged, your only entitlement is to have a replacement or refund for that part of it.
2000 crores has already been released to more than one crore farmers' families across the country in the first lot of 1st instalment. Further releases for the 1st instalment to the remaining beneficiaries are being made.
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After monthly inflation rate exceeded 13% in Egypt, instalment payment became the magic solution for the Egyptians to overcome high prices and meet their daily needs.
According to audit reports, the allottee was supposed to pay Rs414.3 million as a down payment, as well as a quarterly instalment of Rs103.6m - a total of Rs1.7bn - over three years.