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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • Nicholas could by no means be prevailed upon to borrow more than a sovereign, with which loan Mr Browdie, after many entreaties that he would accept of more (observing, with a touch of Yorkshire caution, that if he didn’t spend it all, he could put the surplus by, till he had an opportunity of remitting it carriage free), was fain to content himself.

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as in: remit payment Define
to send money
as in: pain remitted Define
to decrease in intensity
as in: remit sins Define
to forgive
as in: remit has expanded Define
area of responsibility
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