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suspended

(sŭs-pĕnd′ĕd) [L. suspendere, to hang up]
1. Hanging.
2. Temporarily inactive.
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Using the file and suspend strategy won't change this, because spousal benefits do not include any delayed retirement credits that David can earn through suspending his benefits.
Another approach is to temporarily suspend jobs; however, with this approach the suspended jobs are still holding system resources and application licenses that are then unavailable to higher priority jobs.
6404(g)(1) will not suspend interest and time-sensitive penalties for additional tax liability reported on the amended return.
But he added: "There was no serious incident that would have given cause to suspend Mr Sharma.
Group General Manager Short Haul Airlines Norm Thompson said the decision to suspend the services was difficult given the historic links Air New Zealand has with the Pacific and the importance placed on tourism by the Pacific Island economies.
President Duterte in first floating the idea to suspend the privilege singled out the terrorist activities of the Lanao-based group Maute group, which was responsible for the September bomb attack at a night market in Davao City that left 15 dead.
A league official confirmed the decision to suspend Abercrombie for allegedly making an obscene gesture toward the San Jose Giants that caused both dugouts to empty during Tuesday's game was based on a report filed by the umpiring crew of Chris Bakke and Scott Jarred.
Thus, on a subsequent sale of 20 CS2 shares for its FMV of $20, P could recognize a S2 loss; however, -35T(c) (discussed below) contains a rule that will suspend any P losses on the sale of CS2.
But as of Saturday, the league stuck to its stance, that it was correct to suspend him.
Price-pained drivers hoping that proposals to suspend state gasoline taxes will mean at least limited relief at the pump will likely be disappointed to see that gas prices fall by significantly less than the full amount of the actual tax cut, according to an MIT Sloan professor who adds that gas station owners stand to benefit from the tax cut as much if not more than consumers.