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a check given by the British government to someone who is unemployed

a British financial system in which a bank or a post office transfers money from one account to another when they receive authorization to do so

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The typical load-displacement curve for direct withdrawal of a nail is reported in the Wood Handbook (USDA 1999).
To study direct withdrawal strength and stiffness of single dowel joints in solid wood, Eckelman (1969) tested end-to-side-grain and end-to-end-grain joints.
The first purpose of this study was to determine the direct withdrawal strength of staples in plywood and OSB.
As part of this study, the resistance of SYP to direct withdrawal of various fasteners, such as staples, dowels, and screws, common in the furniture frame construction was evaluated.
Little information is available to characterize the strength properties of direct staple withdrawal in plywood, especially the additive effects of staples on the direct withdrawal strength of multi-staple joints.
The Wood Handbook (6) suggests using the withdrawal equation for nails to predict the direct withdrawal load for one leg of a staple from wood side grain.
d, where F = the ultimate direct withdrawal strength of a single dowel and d = the distance between resultant compression and tension forces vectors.
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If unable to download the file, mailing on request from the Purchasing and Accounts Payable community or direct withdrawal from that service Service.
To allow direct comparison with the single nail withdrawal tests, testing with the modified apparatus isolated the failure mode of the nails to direct withdrawal through the use of reinforced sheathing that prevented nailhead pull-through.
To complete the project, parishioners will be asked for pledges that can be made in donation envelopes, through direct withdrawal from their bank accounts or, eventually, online.
It appears that every Blue Cross customer who's an individual enrollee with direct withdrawal was affected,'' said Jerry Flanagan, a consumer advocate with the Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights.
The AG advised hospital officials that this course of care was contrary to New York law, and that no third party was competent to direct withdrawal of life-prolonging measures from a patient who had never been competent and consequently never consented to such steps.
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Different than taking a loan or direct withdrawal, both which are subject to fees, penalties or other restrictions, a self-directed 401k utilizes pre-tax dollars so there are no penalties or interest to pay.