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withdraw

(wĭth-drô′, wĭth-)
v. with·drew (-dro͞o′), with·drawn (-drôn′), with·drawing, with·draws
v.intr.
a. To discontinue the use of a drug or other substance, especially one that is addictive.
b. To react physiologically and mentally to this discontinuance, often while experiencing distressing symptoms.

with·draw′a·ble adj.
with·draw′er n.
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But if he could prove otherwise, Lim said it should be Estrada who should withdraw from the race.
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Intense lobbying the by Galway hurling board in the aftermath of Loughnane's decision to withdraw his name from the contest led to Murphy and Silke withdrawing.
Troubled school board candidate Christopher Arellano tried Thursday to formally withdraw from the June 6 runoff, but city officials said his name must legally remain on the ballot.
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Judge Davidson's order to withdraw the approval was an initial decision, to which exceptions were filed in 2004.
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