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postpone

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to conform to the will or judgment of another, especially out of respect or courtesy

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The lower income groups, for mainly economic reasons or because they were not aware of deferments, provided the warm bodies needed to pursue the war.
He specifically mentioned the bone spur (a calcium deposit causing a bony protrusion on the underside of the heel bone) deferment that was used, which Trump happened to use for the same purpose.
As for the bone spurs, during those years, I remember guys getting 4F deferments for having allergies to grass, as well ailments such as flat feet, and a 1Y deferment still left you eligible for national emergencies.
The contractor will: Provide determinations for all Reach Up participants requesting deferments or modifications exceeding 60 days.
In contrast, EEF's findings suggest that manufacturers are rewarding their employees after a difficult economic period, which saw a substantial number of deferments and freezes.
In contrast, EEF's findings suggest that manufacturers are rewarding their employees after a very difficult economic period, which saw a substantial number of deferments and freezes.
54 per cent, zero insurance fees as well as an optional first three months instalment deferment, customers will be able to win cash prizes of up to BD1,000 ($2593) when they either apply for a new loan, top up their existing loan with BMI Bank or look to transfer their existing loans with other banks to BMI Bank.
Moralez, (1) the Army Court of Criminal Appeals (ACCA) published an opinion solely "to highlight a common and recurring problem in the Army: misinterpretation of the rules governing deferment and waiver of forfeitures .
Speaking on condition of anonymity, an officer at the Defence Ministry's Recruitment Division yesterday told the Mail that reports of mass applications for deferments for the current enlistment were "grossly exaggerated.
Lon Rubackin, managing partner with GFI Capital Resources Group, explained how a rent deferment plan might be structured.
The office added one circumstance under which borrowers can qualify for Economic Hardship Deferments and the Income-Based Repayment plan: They can count an unborn child when determining family size if the child will be born in the year the borrower certifies family size.
Even with the changes, officials said the mission comes first and will be the overriding factor in granting deferments.
And former Chelsea chief executive Birch has since looked at several options to generate the cash, without venturing into player sales, including wage and severance deferments.
Of course, Cheney never served; he avoided the service with educational deferments essentially the way Clinton did.