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surrender

Social medicine
The voluntary transfer of parental rights to a child to an agency or court.

surrender

(sŭr-ĕn′dĕr) [O.Fr. surrendre]
Giving up a health care professional license, e.g., at retirement or as a means of resolving a disciplinary action brought forward by a health care supervisory board.
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Make the date the request is received the effective date for the surrender.
In the provinces of Bohol and Iloilo, the campaign against drugs continued with the arrest of a prosecutor's son and the surrender of 30 users.
Sources said the IB has found that several incidents of surrenders were fake.
For example, given the calculation of the surrender payout in Equation (4), and assuming that increasing interest rates will lead to an increase in surrenders, the insurer's profitability will be positively affected if no secondary market exists.
resident companies for group relief surrender (subject to certain anti-avoidance rules) does not result in the same issue as the relief is effectively recaptured in years in which the branches are profitable.
After a man has surrendered, he should be treated exactly in accordance with the Rules of Land Warfare, and just as you would hope to be treated if you were foolish enough to surrender.
Upon his return to the United States, Wright championed reform by requiring surrender values that would benefit and protect policyholders.
Hostage takers may initially feel in control and empowered, but as time passes, the negotiation team builds trust and rapport and convinces them that they will not accomplish their objectives and that they should surrender peacefully.
As a consequence, and in opposition to the generals in the German High Command who wanted to allow individual units to arrange ceasefires on their own initiative, on May 1st, Donitz opted for a progressive total surrender of the German armed forces by means of local surrenders which were to be centrally co-ordinated by the imperial Government.
These taxes often present the greatest obstacle to negotiating the surrender of property to a creditor because they require an immediate outlay of cash by the owner at a time when the owner is typically cash poor.
The second category includes the acceptance by the entity of surrender of clinical privileges while a physician or dentist is under investigation or in return for the entity's promise not to conduct such an investigation or proceeding.