Noun(1) an abatement in intensity or degree (as in the manifestations of a disease(2) a payment of money sent to a person in another place(3) (law, especially the referral of a law case to another court(4) the act of absolving or remitting; formal redemption as pronounced by a priest in the sacrament of penance
(1) Treatment for ulcerative colitis seeks to improve quality of life by inducing and maintaining remission of symptoms and inflammation.(2) Judicial sources indicated that he would be returned to Ireland within two and a half years since a third of all sentences are subject to remission and time already in custody is taken into account.(3) In a case the state had granted remission on the ground that the accused was implicated in a false case even when his sentence was upheld by the Supreme Court.(4) At this dosage, 80 percent of patients will experience clinical remission or improvement within four weeks.(5) One way to balance this is to consider joining a faculty that has dependent tuition remission .(6) If his right to grant remission in such cases were despised, the guilt would remain entirely unforgiven.(7) The authors conclude that methotrexate is safe and effective for maintaining remission in patients with Crohn's disease.(8) She had been in remission for five years and it was coming back.(9) Stiffer sentences should be handed down and a mechanism should be introduced where remission of a percentage of the prison sentence could be attached to the recovery of funds.(10) Successful candidates receive free tuition in two instruments in addition to a 50% fee remission .(11) An indulgence was a papal document that granted the buyer remission from the need to do penance for his sins.(12) Their penalties included forfeiture of the potential remission of sentence otherwise available to them.(13) Without the shedding of the blood of Jesus there could have been no remission of sin.(14) In Greenfield the Court of Appeal held that a decision that a prisoner should lose remission because he failed a mandatory drugs test was not a decision upon a criminal charge.(15) ten out of twenty patients remained in remission(16) The emperor Julian, we are told, refused the traditional remission of tax arrears on the express ground that ├ö├ç├┐this profited only the wealthy├ö├ç├û, while the poor had to pay on the dot.
(1) in remission :: i faamagaloina
1. cancellation ::
2. respite ::
3. forgiveness ::
5. remittal ::
6. remit ::
1. penalty ::
2. retribution ::
Different Formsremission, remissions
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