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suspended

(sŭs-pĕnd′ĕd) [L. suspendere, to hang up]
1. Hanging.
2. Temporarily inactive.
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"In line with the decisions of NSC Pak-India bus service is suspended," Saeed wrote on Twitter.
On the constitutionality of the CJN's suspension, Mohammed faulted those claiming that the president acted outside of the constitution, adding that in suspending Justice Onnoghen, the president merely carried out an order of a court of competent jurisdiction directing him to suspend the Chief Justice pending the final determination of the cases against him.
The most direct way to resume a session is through the messages (envelope) icon, which provides a list of suspended sessions to choose from.
In either case, the House, acting en toto will rule to suspend or not," he said.
Another 76 traffic offenders, who drove under the influence of alcohol, have had their driving licences suspended and have been sentenced to three or six months in jail.
For a taxpayer who has yet to begin collecting benefits, file and suspend is very simple.
"Therefore, he has no right to suspend the Cabinet's sessions.
Mazda's main Japanese plants were not directly affected by the disaster, but production was suspended due partly to problems with parts supplies.
It simply says the right of habeas corpus shall not be suspended except by ..." At this point, Specter broke in again.
Support is needed for the large number of doctors who are suspended every year and face psychological isolation and depression.
He also requested social media users to respond with information about accounts that have been suspended.
[USPRwire, Wed Aug 07 2019] With increase in number of construction projects and call for maintenance of periodic facade, the market for suspended scaffolding is estimated to register remarkable uptick.