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(of events) no longer planned or scheduled

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"On all Wednesdays WY655/6 Muscat- Bahrain- Muscat stands cancelled and will be combined with WY663/4 to operate Muscat-Doha-Bahrain-Muscat," the airline tweeted.
This is absolutely inappropriate, especially when I had cancelled the insurance almost a couple of years ago - yet, they are only crediting me for one month.
All the NGOs were given proper notice by the Foreigners' Division of the Home Ministry with adequate time to reply before their FCRA licences were cancelled,official sources said.
Figures released by the Labour Party for July to September of this year show local hospitals cancelled operations as many as 576 times at the last minute for non-clinical reasons.
But of these operations none were deemed urgent and all cancelled operations at North NHS foundation trusts fell into the elective operations category.
US Airways, meanwhile, cancelled its ystanbul-New York flight on Tuesday, while thousands of Turkey-bound passengers are likely to find their connecting flights between European destinations and America's East Coast cancelled.
Based on calculations from the figures reported when an event is cancelled, the CLA estimated around pounds 30m was lost in the cancellation of Badminton Horse Trials, pounds 4.5m from the Great Yorkshire Show after it was cancelled on the first day and pounds 5m from the Suffolk Show cancelled on the second day.
The airline said this is the second time this year that the union has planned a strike and cancelled it shortly before it was due to start.
All flights to and from Adelaide are cancelled for the whole of the 21 June 2011; all flights to and from Canberra will be cancelled from midday; and all flights to and from Sydney will be cancelled from 15:00.
HSE figures show that 14,903 operations were cancelled in 2007, 16,177 in 2008 and 17,761 last year.
Last year, 8,652 tickets were cancelled, saving motorists pounds 215,300 - at the pounds 25 discounted ticket rate.
"Military exercises have been cancelled in the past but the outcome is never welcomed."
More than 7,000 patients had their NHS operation cancelled more than once in the last year, figures from the Conservatives revealed yesterday.
The misery faced by tens of thousands of travellers heading home for Christmas through London airports was predicted to ease on Saturday after three days of chaos when hundreds of flights were cancelled due to thick fog.
The contracts automatically renewed on a month-to-month or annual basis, unless cancelled. At that time, Capital was the leading health insurance provider in its geographical area; alternatives to BCBS (such as health maintenance and other organizations) were not yet widespread, but were developing in importance.