withdrawer


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an authority who withdraws permission

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an individualist who withdraws from social interaction

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a drug addict who is discontinuing the use of narcotics

a contestant who withdraws from competition

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a student who withdraws from the educational institution in which he or she was enrolled

a depositor who withdraws funds previously deposited

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The city of Searcy is currently the only major water withdrawer along the Little Red, aside from a handful of farmers and landowners who are permitted to use the trout stream's water for irrigation, according to the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality.
This kind of deposit contract has been called a "partial suspension" contract because the payoff to a withdrawer at the early date is suspended in favor of a lower payoff for any subsequent early-date withdrawers.
This inequality implies that if every agent goes to the bank early, then the bank would run out of resources before being able to pay the promised amount a to each withdrawer.
If the probability that the bank assigns to experiencing a run is small enough, it will make fairly generous payments to early withdrawers, compromising the availability of resources for payment to those who wait.