abeyance


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in abeyance

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the condition of being temporarily inactive

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In its request filed today, PSE&G asked that, once the NJ Partners in Power plan is placed on inactive status, discovery proceedings and public hearings be held in abeyance.
In the application, Musharraf contended that it is the exclusive domain of the federal government to initiate proceedings against any person who abrogates, subverts, suspends or holds in abeyance, or attempts or conspires to abrogate, subvert, suspend or hold in abeyance the constitution by the use of force or show of force or by any other unconstitutional means shall be guilty of high treason.
Pervez Musharraf ha committed five acts of high treason as mentioned in the government complaint: First, on Nov 3, 2007, in his capacity as Chief of Army Staff (COAS), he issued a proclamation in his own name to hold the constitution in abeyance.
Muscat: The Majlis Al Shura has welcomed His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said's order to postpone the Council of Ministers' decision, keeping in abeyance the economic laws to regulate the market.
The government has laid five charges on Musharraf, which include abrogating, subverting, suspending, holding in abeyance and attempting to conspire against the 1973 Constitution by declaring emergency and overthrowing the superior judiciary in November 2007.
It is significant to mention here that the decision of chairmen' appointments was held in abeyance intentionally as all the chairmen appointed by the government had challenged in the court.
From abeyance to Zionist, via endogenous and epistemological, full of revenants and wraiths, this slim volume provides the necessary vocabulary to add some zest to a skillful avoidance of an occasion of esprit de l'escalier.
At a meeting tonight, county councillors are being advised to allow the developer to put affordable provision in abeyance for three years.
On that day Musharraf had put the constitution in abeyance, imposed a state of emergency, removed dozens of superior court judges and also allegedly detained them.
On March 15, Narayanasamy had assured the agitating members that the UPSC notification giving weightage to English in exams would be kept in abeyance.
The Welsh Government's transport department have requested the Cilmedw application be held in abeyance until the outstanding matters are resolved.
RETURN OF THE JEDI (1983) With the 5 Empire held in abeyance, Luke, Han and Leia kicked back in the Ewok village in the sixth Star Wars movie.
The second motion calls for a "ban with abeyance" or a soft ban, which would create a ban that allows patient associations to prove that they that are operating in compliance with local and state law, allowing the ban to be held in abeyance as long as they continue to be in compliance.
In a statement released on Wednesday, he said that his bid for the presidency of the republic also stems from his conviction of the need to speed up the settlement of problems in abeyance.
Could Coun Mutton tell us why these sites have been in abeyance for so long, and what is being done generally to attract new retailers to Coventry.