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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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All his novels except 'Henry Esmond' were published serially, and he generally delayed composing each instalment until the latest possible moment, working reluctantly except under the stress of immediate compulsion.
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.
Parliament on Thursday unanimously passed a bill allowing the payment of overdue social insurance contributions through 54 monthly instalments instead of the 48 proposed by the government.
After paying 74 instalments to M/s Tamweel LLC, Senator Dar gifted the said house to his sons, Mr.
Automotive sector officials expects the Central Bank of Egypt's (CBE) new regulations on retail banking to increase the demand for direct instalments by 10%-15%.
It's a good idea to regularly review the method your corporation uses to make tax instalments to ensure you aren't accidentally making overpayments.
Dubai: Shaikh Hamdan Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Dubai Executive Council, on Thursday issued a resolution allowing Dubai residents to pay fines in instalments.
The director-general may adjust any due instalments or separation periods and may delay due payments conditionally all instalments are defrayed within the period defined by the director-general.
As per the sources, two SBA instalments and one SDR charges were due during this month.
Conditional sales (sales where possession of property is transferred but ownership passes only after certain conditions are fulfilled, for example on full payment of the purchase price by the recipient), and instalment sales, (sales where the ownership of the property transfers immediately, but the property is paid for in instalments), are both "sales" for the purposes of the override rule.
Co-operation with the EU having been deemed satisfactory, second instalments of the 8th EDF NIP indicative allocations will be extended to: Haiti (Euro 44.
After payment of this first dividend instalment, aggregate future instalments on the declared dividend, if any, are not expected to exceed approximately $0.