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the act of putting off or the condition of being put off

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a formal written statement of relinquishment

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Last year, however, eight large California school districts that had formed the CORE (California Office to Reform Education) consortium and applied as one entity received a unique one-year NCLB waiver.
MEPCOM advised us that some of the waivers recorded in a recruit's DEP section also appear in his or her accession waiver section--resulting in double-counting for that recruit.
While courts in a number of states have held that such indemnity agreements are unenforceable because they produce the same effect as parental pre-injury liability waivers, other states have upheld such parental indemnity agreements.
An important resource for Medicaid Waiver information is the CMS Baltimore office.
The whole point of our efforts--and we'll see pretty much how successful we're going to be in the next year or so--is to kick the legs out from under the culture of waiver stool.
The IRS is empowered to issue guidance providing objective standards for waivers for periods during which IRA participants had received, but not yet cashed, their checks; financial institution errors; or situations in which taxpayers were unable to complete rollovers due to death, disability, hospitalization, incarceration, restrictions imposed by a foreign country or postal errors.
The new guidelines are unclear regarding whether the budget agreement will encompass spending on only the newly covered populations, all the populations affected by the waiver or the entire Medicaid program.
HHS continues to provide extensive technical assistance and guidance to states, enabling them to realize the largest increase in home and community-based waiver spending ever.
The questionnaire asked the Medicaid programs if their Medicaid state plan as distinct from the Medicaid waiver program for home and community-based services for persons who are elderly and/or have a disability) reimbursed the following: (1) homemaker services; (2) personal care services; (3) at-home respite care; (4) respite care at an adult day care center; (5) night-assistance respite care at home; (6) home-delivered meals; and (7) companion services.
State Medicaid programs can use the home and community-based waiver programs to provide a broad array of non-institutional services to Medicaid recipients who require or are likely to require long-term care at the intermediate-nursing-care level or higher (Miller, 1992).
To make the terrain more treacherous, Congress has added a few more landmines by making it more difficult to get an employee's settlement and waiver in advance.
OB), a Delaware corporation, today announced that it has launched a cash tender offer, consent solicitation and waiver (the "Offer") for its Series A 6% Senior Guaranteed Convertible Notes due 2011 (the "Series A Notes") and its Series B 6% Senior Guaranteed Convertible Notes due 2011 (the "Series B Notes" and, together with the Series A Notes, the "Notes").
Los Angeles and 19 other California counties will receive historic flexibility in using federal money to improve children's lives under a new waiver, the state's top welfare official said Monday.
The Exchange Offer is being made solely pursuant to the Offer to Exchange and Related Waiver Solicitation Statement dated June 7, 2005 and the related Letter of Transmittal and Waiver.
And despite the varied usage views presented in the introduction, there are only two classes of standards and specifications to be considered: those that may be used with no restrictions and those documents requiring waiver.