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    Arrow fee waiver

    Hi there,

    While I have been looking through the homepage of a university, I stumbled upon 'fee-waiver'. Could you please provide some definitions and explanations so that I can go further? Thank you in advance.

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    Re: fee waiver

    Have you tried looking up 'waiver' in a dictionary? Definitions of waiver - OneLook Dictionary Search. Once you have that, it should not be too difficult to work out what 'fee-waiver' means', especially when you see it in context.

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