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to prevent the occurrence or continuation of a movement, action, or operation

to stop suddenly, as a conversation, activity, or relationship

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Fourth-round pick Carson Sands and fifth-rounder Justin Steele - who both pitched for the Ems last year - were the only players drafted in those rounds to get a signing bonus of more than $1 million and Cease received more money than both of them.
But now we have proposed law under which the Commission will be able to cease membership of those members who will fail to submit asset details for two months," the official said.
Samia Khoury, MD, and her associates at Harvard School of Medicine, are working on still another approach to an immune system cease fire in MS.
368(a)(1)(A) purposes, a statutory merger or consolidation is a transaction effected pursuant to the statute, and all of the assets (other than those distributed in the transaction) and liabilities of each member of one or more combining units (each a transferor unit) become the assets and liabilities of one or more members of one other combining unit (the transferee unit), and the combining entity of each transferor unit ceases its separate legal existence for all purposes.
Bank of the Orient, San Francisco, California Cease and desist order dated May 7, 2002 Terminated April 18, 2005
Both Canada Credit Fix and Cease Collects customers are the real winners as the combination of corporate strategies and technology will insure that the customers receives real and tangible improvements on their credit report.
In a separate, coordinated action, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency announced on January 27, 2005, the modification of its consent order to cease and desist dated May 13, 2004, against Riggs Bank, N.
The Federal Reserve Board on May 14, 2004, announced the issuance of a consent order to cease and desist against Riggs National Corporation, Washington, D.
The company will continue to manufacture the compound but cease production of the powder, which entails a highly regulated and volatile process.
2000-5 cites several cases for the premise that a target must cease to exist as a result of a merger; see, for example, Cortland Specialty Co.
BEI will request from the Canadian securities regulators that a management cease trade order related to BEI's securities be imposed against all persons who are directors, officers or insiders of BEI or who have been directors, officers or insiders of BEI during the period that the financial statements are being restated (2003, 2004), which cease trade order would generally not affect the ability of persons who have not been directors, officers or insiders of BEI to trade in BEI's securities.
On May 18, 1998, in response to the alleged misconduct by employees of several foreign banking organizations whose activities were identified during Operation Casablanca, the Federal Reserve Board issued temporary orders to cease and desist.
State Department lifted a cease and desist order while the school applies for a defense trade license.
If the predecessor does not cease to pay reportable wages, a final Form 941 is not required and the predecessor files its normal Form 941 for the calendar quarter.