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withhold

[with-hōld′]
In health insurance, to pay an amount of money only if certain services are used according to the rules of the health plan. Withholding is typically used as a financial incentive for providers and patients to limit their use of costly or elective services.
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"Certainly in the case of California - of course it's a different funding regime - they withold public money in hospitals that don't meet them.
The court is to decide the case." A bill recently signed by US President, Barack Obama proposes to withold USD 33 million from assistance to Pakistan on account of Dr Afridi's detention.
Resnick pointed out that where as electoral violations and corruption often impel the donors to act (G19 donor strike in Mozambique), the example of Malawi's 2012 human rights crisis is an example showing that these are mostly not enough to move donor groups to withold aid in order to prevent erosion or breakdown.
Withold Bonner charakterisiert das elusive Heimatgefuhl im Werk des mehrfach entwurzelten Autors Franz Fuhmann als heterotopisches Phanomen und belegt so die Relevanz yon raumtheoretischen Ansatzen des spatial turn fur die Erforschung von Heimatdiskursen (vgl.
Medically futile for ICU admission Do not admit to ICU 59.5 (50/84) Limited/no hope of survival 76.6 (69/90) Palliative care 62.2 (56/90) Scenario 5 % (number agree) Resource limitations and priority setting (1 ICU to ICU admission bed available), withold or withdraw ICU care?
Jay Angoff, counsel to the National Insurance Consumer Organization, said that according to the complaint, "the evidence is 'almost as strong as a smoking gun." The evidence includes a document where 43 insurance companies agreed to withold insurance, he added.
Again the exception of national security could be used very loosely by the state to withold information from citizens.
WITHOLD, W., 1996, Biochemical, preanalytical and technical criteria in the assessment of biochemical markers in sport.
In particular, she offers detailed readings of the key texts--Meditations IV, Principles I 37, and the perplexing letter to Mesland of February 1645--to elicit the exact sense in which "it is always possible for our will to act independently of our intellect, even in the face of clear and distinct ideas." This then leads to the question of how the infinite power of the human will to give or withold assent differs from the image of God as the creator of eternal truths.
The musicians will withold their songs from Radio Cymru from December 19-21 - because they're only paid 49p a minute.
The rules also explain how landowners can challenge "trade secrets" claims, a provision that has troubled environmentalists because it allows industry to withold information on certain chemicals for competitive reasons.