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withdraw

(wĭth-drô′, wĭth-)
v. with·drew (-dro͞o′), with·drawn (-drôn′), with·drawing, with·draws
v.intr.
a. To discontinue the use of a drug or other substance, especially one that is addictive.
b. To react physiologically and mentally to this discontinuance, often while experiencing distressing symptoms.

with·draw′a·ble adj.
with·draw′er n.
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Readers find here a Persian rendition which extends its American source, Daneshvar again adding her own epithet to Hawthorne's prose, labeling Chillingworth "the withdrawer" ("[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] ", "al-khannas").
This inequality implies that if every agent goes to the bank early, then the bank would run out of resources before being able to pay the promised amount a to each withdrawer. Furthermore, if the inequality does not hold, then there would be no runs in equilibrium.
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They further said Area Chief Tariq Khattak was allegedly backing the alleged money withdrawers.
When the portion of withdrawers f is low, we know that [r.sub.2] > [r.sub.1], but when f is high, [r.sub.2] < [r.sub.1].
Finally, if the bank cannot repay the promised amount to all depositors (early and late withdrawers), it fails.