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withdrawn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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In PB-31 Kachhi-2, four candidates have withdrawn their nomination forms.
Understanding withdrawn children's friendships is important because they have fewer contacts with children their own age," according to Gary Ladd, Cowden Distinguished Professor of Family and Human Development at Arizona State University, who led the study.
Some early morning and early evening journeys on this service will be withdrawn.
Money withdrawn from a 401(k) plan will be taxable, however, different from an IRA, any post-tax contributions made by the employee can come out tax-free (and therefore should be deemed to come out first).
Results also revealed that 47 other students were withdrawn or transferred from the school before the end of the ninth grade.
If not withdrawn, the regulations will dampen the business climate in Maryland and impair the State's ability to attract competitive bids from vendors seeking to do business with the State.
In the socially withdrawn participants, the thalamus, the brain's primary sensory processor, metabolized less glucose than it did in the other volunteers.
Class B2 (073250BU5) affirmed at 'Csf/RE NC' and withdrawn.
The following TIP has been withdrawn by the Working Group from the Flexo Printing and Graphics Subject Category due to outdated information:
The fiscal 1993 third quarter and nine-month operating results include the write-off of $450,000 in expenses attributable to the company's planned offering of two million shares which was withdrawn on July 29, 1993.
Tax Executives Institute recommends that the ruling be withdrawn.
NEW YORK -- Fitch Ratings has taken various rating actions and subsequently withdrawn the ratings on 16 classes in RESI Finance Limited Partnership 2006-B.