temporary removal


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a temporary debarment (from a privilege or position etc)

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The temporary removal was properly coordinated with the Makati City government, which in turn issued permits.
JEDDAH: The United Nations has hinted that a temporary removal of the name of the coalition from a child rights blacklist will probably be permanent.
She also asked: "If (Mr Hammond) will make an assessment of the effect of the temporary removal of the Saudi-led coalition from the UN's list of states and armed groups that violate children's rights during conflict on the integrity and effectiveness of UN Security Council measures on children and armed conflict.
If a large quantity of blood has leaked and symptoms have progressed, more invasive surgery involving the temporary removal of a section of the skull may be necessary to eliminate the accumulated blood and relieve pressure on the brain.
Mrs Kershaw said: "The committee concluded in all the circumstances of this case that a temporary removal from the register for a period of 12 months would be sufficient.
Her absence from the first part of the X Factor final last month and the temporary removal of her wedding ring, prompted speculation over the state of their marriage.
It would permit family members and law enforcement to petition courts for temporary removal of firearms when individuals are suffering a mental crisis.
Parliamentary faction Respublika asks the Parliament to consider temporary removal of Vice Prime Minister for Economy and Investment Taiyrbek Sarpashev from his post.
The legal action follows an inspection of the plant in May 2011 along with 1,200 formal complaints by workers and over 2,000 requests for temporary removal from the factory floor (of up to 15 days) on health grounds.
KABUL (PAN): The Attorney-General Office (AGO) on Thursday announced the temporary removal from the Exit Control List (ECL) of some Wolesi Jirga members who met prosecutors in connection with investigations against them.
It was reported widely after that this was in some way just for the League, a temporary removal.
At this stage, only a small amount of tonnage is planned for temporary removal from the Asia-Europe trades and Drewry believes the forthcoming November GRI of $500 per feu (40-ft equivalent unit) will have limited success unless it is accompanied by more aggressive capacity withdrawal this winter.
The decision for Harizanov's temporary removal was made late on Monday by Prime Minister Boyko Borisov.
It is also examining what information was available to Durham Constabulary about Mr Atherton's background, including previous reports of domestic incidents, and the decision to return shotguns and firearms to Mr Atherton following their temporary removal in 2008.
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