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compromised

1. lacking adequate resistance to infection, or lacking the ability to mount an adequate immune response, owing to a course of treatment, e.g. immunosuppressive drugs or infections, irradiation, or to an underlying disorder, e.g. leukemia.
2. lacking a sufficient blood supply to remain viable.
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They contend the gain recognition on debt discharge that occurs in the discounting of liabilities compromised by a confirmed bankruptcy plan may result in the debtor emerging with positive retained earnings, which is an anomalous result for an entity emerging from bankruptcy.
On notice of acceptance, a waiver of the right to contest in court or otherwise the amount of the liability sought to be compromised.
McCloskey, the Company's chief operating officer, said, "Despite our confidence that the data is safe, we are offering each of our customers whose information could be compromised extensive fraud detection protection through Equifax, an established credit bureau reporting company.
Because of the overcrowding, evidence is going to be compromised.
Just as critical to Fallaw's diagnosis of the aspirations and failures of cardenismo in Yucatan is his exploration of the ways Cardenas and his supporters progressively compromised their own ideals and programs.
Timely, predictive compromised account management with an aggregated threat score across multiple compromise events for each account
And Republicans compromised only because they were uniquely vulnerable politically if they failed to do so.
Sidewinder G2 is the first firewall to provide a true hardened operating system and has never been compromised or had a CERT advisory posted against it.
Consumer backlash, negative publicity, class action suits, significant fines and diminished investor confidence are likely to occur regardless of who is standing watch when sensitive data is compromised," said Mr.