But that was not within the remit of the Dutch investigators.
Fifty minutes later, when the remit to oversee the bid was awarded to Hunt, Osborne replied, “I hope you like the solution!”
He questioned whether preventing pictures being taken was part of the police protection unit's remit.
The agent who receives the rents will remit to you one hundred pounds half yearly for the next two years.
By these reasons he was persuaded to bridle his anger, and remit the severity of his oath.
But they remit only a fraction of their total earnings, yet that fraction constitutes a very large sum.
I could indeed, and would, remit a trifle, on hearing the worst.
His little Petersham-hat seemed to have been remit de nouveau, for the third time, at least.
The stoutest antagonist, if he remit his watch a moment, is oppressed.
Give me and wife a chance, and we will live straight after this, and remit on instalment.
remit re·mit (rĭ-mĭt')
v. re·mit·ted, re·mit·ting, re·mits
To diminish; abate.
To transmit money.