from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Profit; efficacy; successful issue. Bailey.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun obsolete Profit; advantage.

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  • noun obsolete Profit; advantage.


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avail +‎ -ment


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  • Another best intervention that the government can do is to grant lowly-paid soldiers salary increases or non-monetary benefits like tax deductions/exemptions, reduction in RSBS contributions, rice subsidy, C-130 flights or ship passes for soldiers going on R & R. Improvement in the availment of medical and health services to the soldiers and their dependents is another way of helping them cope with the unaffordable costs of private insurance.

    RP senator seeks eradication of corruption in military 2008

  • Among these demands, the most difficult thing to do, unless some of the records right now will be fixed to make it appear they are clean for presentation in public hearings, is the availment of minutes of the board meetings made by the National Economic and Development Authority on the ZTE-NBN broadband deal.

    FSGO issues demands for PGMA 2008

  • In case of loan availment by developing countries, we urge the international community to review the terns and conditions with the end in view of giving more concessional terms for social development programs and projects.

    Statement of VP GMA for the Special Session of UNGASS 2000

  • Moreover, full information to the poor, disadvantaged groups about availment of programs and services is highly desirable to enable them to benefit from the programs and services.

    Statement of VP GMA for the Special Session of UNGASS 2000

  • He polished his armour until it was fit to blind his adversaries, tested the temper of every weapon, sharpened every blade, arranged them for immediate availment.

    The Conqueror Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton 1902

  • The present opportunity is worth every exertion to availment; if lost, it is most improbable that it may ever again occur.

    Memoirs of the Life and Correspondence of Henry Reeve, C.B., D.C.L. In Two Volumes. Volume II. John Knox Laughton 1872

  • The Cenvat Rules defining the term 'input services' permits the availment of Cenvat credit on the input services that are 'used for' providing output services, whereas, the Notification while permitting the refund of Cenvat credit termed that refund on input services 'used in' provision of output services exported is available.

    Daily News & Analysis 2010

  • • Provide an easy avenue for the immediate availment of government or private sector's livelihood programs.

    Recently Uploaded Slideshows 2009

  • Rules for availment and utilization of input credits > Basic exemption thresholds for levy of tax Thresholds >

    Recently Uploaded Slideshows 2009

  • If government officials are sincere about their pronouncements to ease the misery of the typhoon victims, they could make the loan availment less of a trip to calvary.

    ellen tordesillas 2009


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