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withdrawn

(wĭth-drôn′, wĭth-)
adj.
Emotionally unresponsive or socially detached; introverted or aloof.

with·drawn′ness n.
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Likewise, on 28-9-16, 22-11-16, 23-11-16, and 30-11-16, further hefty amounts were also withdrawn.
He said that government of Sindh has also withdrawn security of Members of National and Provincial Assembly Sindh.
We have objections to the bill being withdrawn," he said.
Compared with unsociable withdrawn youths and those who aren't withdrawn, anxious-solitary children were found to be more emotionally sensitive and more likely to be excluded and victimized by their peers.
Some early morning journeys on this service will be withdrawn.
If the amount withdrawn is replaced within three years of receipt, no income tax would be due on it.
The following Test Methods have been withdrawn by the Quality and Standards Management Committee due to lack of progress in their review:
First, the therapeutic use of enrofloxacin was not withdrawn.
However, the British High Court ruled on July 31, 2004, that Leslie Burke, 44, who suffers from cerebellar ataxia should win his case to not have food and hydration withdrawn, even when his body becomes incapable.
8m is expected to be withdrawn from cash machines across Wales this Bank Holiday weekend.
For each option, income tax (but no penalty) will be due on the amount withdrawn from the IRA and 401(k) accounts.
By contrast, 126 students had been withdrawn, another 65 had transferred, and 32 never enrolled in the ninth grade.