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sack

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to direct or allow to leave

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to cease consideration or treatment of

to rid one's mind of

to be unwilling to accept, consider, or receive

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In his case, the trial court refused to dismiss on summary judgement, the appellate court reversed, and now the Court of Appeals has agreed with the trial court.
Believing the case to be wholly without merit, JDA filed a motion to dismiss.
Under the previous unanimous agreement, Clinton's lawyers and the House managers each are scheduled to have one hour each to debate a motion to dismiss the impeachment charges.
It is unlikely that the White House will file motions to dismiss the case at this point.
Morales' lawyer said prosecutors' argument would allow arbitrary use of state procedural rules to dismiss appeals filed in federal court.
The decision to dismiss this frivolous lawsuit is absolutely on target and not only makes sense but is legally sound," said Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel of the ACLJ.
A juvenile court judge denied a defense request in June to dismiss the case against the boy.
In granting DTCC's motion to dismiss, the court agreed with DTCC that clearing and settlement rules promulgated by DTCC's subsidiaries and approved by the U.
On March 29, 1999, the Board filed a motion to dismiss the action.
The judge also denied a defense motion to dismiss the special circumstance allegation that Tuffree intentionally killed an officer performing his duties, which makes Tuffree eligible for the death penalty if convicted.
Levi denied the California attorney general's motion to remand the case to state court, where it was originally filed, and granted motions to dismiss by PNM and Powerex, a subsidiary of BC Hydro.
On June 5, 1998, the Board filed its motion to dismiss.
Lewis granted a defense motion to dismiss the lawsuit after attorneys for the former officer, Debbra Accardi, completed their case Thursday.
The Court granted the Company's motion to dismiss WWE's Robinson-Patman and Sherman Act claims, but denied the Company's motion to dismiss directed to the sufficiency of WWE's allegation of a RICO enterprise.