quittance


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quittance

1. release from debt or other obligation
2. a receipt or other document certifying this
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[beaucoup moins que]On parle de non-paiement de la quittance. Dans ce cas, y a-t-il eu dommage ?
[phrase omitted] Quittance from Sufyan ibn Ghunaym [for Apa Kyros, son of Kyros] of the people of the city of Ushmun [ ] for himself [i.e., releasing Apa Kyros from liability] The Greek text lacks the identificatory initial noun and is presented in subjective style:
(67) A quittance is a notarized act in which a creditor attests that the debtor has settled the owed amount.
Liabilities are high according to the treatment of the drug-user and to losses and quittance of study courses and jobs since they overburden the family to meet both ends.
Documents required monthly: SEFIP / GEFIP - Enterprise System Collection of FGTS / Guide Collection of FGTS and the Information Security Guide, INSS quittance - National Institute of Social Insurance, Guide to FGTS quittance - Guarantee Fund for Time of service, quittance from the ISS - Tax Over Services for employees.
Legal experts Quittance estimate the cost of the injuries for the first two episodes at over PS150,000.
SOLICITORS Jeremy Garside and Howard Willis have been appointed directors of national claims management company Quittance Personal Injury.
- Approval of the balance sheet and profit and loss account of the company (consolidated financial statements) for the year 2014, and the quittance of the members for their management for the year.
He continues to explain: "no meed but he repays sevenfold above itself; no gift to him but breeds the giver a return exceeding all use of quittance" (1.1.279-283).
No matter how skilled is the doctor in his science and practice, according to medicine custom he has duty to apply all scientific and common standards to improve the patient from the moment of the entrance until the completion of the diagnostic otherwise if the patient suffers from a damage, the doctor is responsible, although the patient was treated with his permission or his parent permission and before the treatment the doctor has obtained the a quittance, Because the permission and a quittance is not a reason for the carelessness and imprudence of the doctor.
The measures include a detailed verification process based on CNIC, digital pictures and matching both with quittance rolls.
Results show that activities applied in the management of dairy cows milked with the presence of their calves, such as the milkman's movements to bring the animals from the calf pen up to his arrival and the accompaniment of the calves during the milking process and their quittance, modify the frequency of reactive behavior when compared to that of dairy cows milked in the absence of their calves.