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provisional

/pro·vi·sion·al/ (-vizh´un-al) formed or performed for temporary purposes; temporary.

provisional

(prō-vĭzh′ŭn-ăl) [L. provisio, provision]
Serving a temporary use pending permanent arrangements.
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More troubling than a high rate of provisional ballots being cast are instances where voters are denied the opportunity to vote, even by provisional ballot.
Also, the provisional ballots of four other people who previously lived and voted in Worcester were not certified because they had moved out of the city and were now registered to vote in other communities.
Just behind in provisional second place, and leading the race for pounds 30, is G Nott of Whitchurch and District League side Greenfly Rebels with an average of 31.
After initial set, remove the matrix from the mouth and allow the provisional restoration to completely polymerize.
Provisional ballots definitely eased voter registration problems since voters who were not listed in registration rolls could request such ballots and cast their vote.
Readers can send their comments on the use and display of provisional NNDSS data to CDC by telephone, 770-4888359 or by e-mail, soib@cdc.
The Revenue is now taking an even tougher line and saying that people may be fined if these provisional figures are wrong.
Iraqi leaders and the Coalition Provisional Authority want the UN team to investigate whether elections can be held for a transitional legislature set to take power by June 30.
UMP, which placed itself into provisional liquidation in April 2002, won an order from the Supreme Court of New South Wales, clearing the way for the group to emerge from liquidation, said the liquidator, Deloitte associate David Lombe.
Provisional surveillance summary of the West Nile virus epidemic--United States, January-November, 2002.
The European Commission said in the report that there was ''a remarkable increase'' in the number of provisional measures taken during January and March this year, up from 17 cases imposed during all of 1999.

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