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suspended

(sŭs-pĕnd′ĕd) [L. suspendere, to hang up]
1. Hanging.
2. Temporarily inactive.
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The Wall Street Journal report quoted Mazda spokesman Tim Gilman as saying that the automaker does not know how long the orders will be suspended for but hopes current inventory in the United States will cover the demand until the plants are fully reopened.
According to the figures released, suspended officers have been accused of a total of 15 separate offences.
John Cullen, of Arrow Valley in the Redditch & South Warwickshire Combination - suspended 112 days October 15.
A PC suspended for 17 months - initially dealt with as a crime over allegation of unlawfully accessing force computer system.
It simply says the right of habeas corpus shall not be suspended except by .
suspended from membership in the AICPA and the Illinois CPA Society for one year, effective Oct.
Air Madrid suspended all its flights on Friday, leaving tens of thousands of passengers stranded, a move the privately owned airline blamed on Spain's threat to suspend its flying license.
Gorton, 25, the suspended editor in chief who decided to run 6 of the 12 Muhammad cartoons even though he says he found them "bigoted and insensitive.
a transaction the taxpayer did not disclose on Form 8886, Reportable Transaction Disclosure Statement), other than a listed transaction, will not be suspended under Sec.
Long-term suspended (LTS) students are barred from the school system for lengthy periods--up to 1 year--leaving them at risk of lagging academically, as well as vulnerable from lack of services (Civil Rights Project at Harvard University & the Advancement Project, 2000).
Last season, it was the Angels who suspended Guillen for insubordination.
Bunting says its Suspended Plate Magnets and Cross-Belt Separators are also frequently used in wood recycling applications.