health stamp


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health stamp

n
(Medicine) NZ a postage stamp with a surcharge that is used to support a health camp
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Governments are guilty of an own goal as none bothered to tell voters what percentage of the National Health stamp was health cover, unemployment and retirement pension.
Obtained over 400 signatures for a national mental health stamp petition.
Robbins (60), of The Deer Farm, Bakers Lane, Knowle, pleaded guilty to unlawfully removing carcasses intended for human consumption, unauthorised possession of a health stamp and unauthorised use of the stamp.
But clearly a hypothecated tax or a system of social insurance through the National Insurance system - a National Health Stamp - are the most equitable options.
The first-class Right to Health stamp features a picture of a tap.
But clearly a hypothecated tax or a system of social insurance through the National Insurance system, a National Health Stamp, are the most equitable options.
In 1952, Charles the chubby toddler in his short trousers, now aged three, showed the world how he had grown, again on a New Zealand health stamp.
Born in 1948, baby Charles, in long white gown, sits on his mother's lap for the first birthday photograph which charmed the world and which was used for the 1950 New Zealand health stamps - annual issues carrying a charity surcharge which help to suppor t children's health camps in the country.
The item alleged that both companies had deliberately removed health stamps from imported meat to obscure the country of origin.
In its adjudication, the Commission said: ``The item clearly alleged that both Cwmni Cig Arfon and Hughes Meat Company Ltd had removed health stamps from imported meat to obscure the country of origin.
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