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to keep from being admitted, included, or considered

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Angelique International Limited has been debarred by the World Bank for four years and six months for their fraudulent and corrupt practices.
CICO will therefore remain debarred until the Bank is assured that it is not putting funds at risk by doing business with this company.'
The World Bank also debarred another individual, Florencia M.
A committee was constituted and now I have been debarred from applying for five years.
The Sharia Court debarred the father and appointed a judge, who acted as the woman's custodian so she could marry her co-worker.
Furthermore, 29% of debarred firms were located in North America, while 21% were in Europe and central Asia.
MANILA -- An anticorruption advocacy group has called on Transportation Secretary Jose Emilio Abaya to immediately call for a new bidding of the $3.2-million contract for the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) Information Technology System for Terminal 1 and 2, which expired in April and is being renewed on a monthly basis with a US firm recently debarred by World Bank.
Sudhindra has been debarred for life, from playing any cricket matches conducted or authorised by the ICC or BCCI, or any affiliated unit of the BCCI," the Board said in a statement.
If no allegations are forthcoming, the defendant will be debarred from making allegations against the claimants [the Royal Bank of Scotland, the English directors formerly on Liverpool's board and current managing director Ian Ayre] in the future.
Summary: Algeria is ready to "further tighten cooperation in all the fields with none debarred" with Vietnam, Deputy Minister for African and Maghreb Affairs Abdelkader Messahel declared Tuesday in Hanoi.
In another case, one company was not debarred for more than two years after it pleaded guilty to conspiracy, bribery, and unlawful storage of hazardous materials.
The judges who reduced his sentence are a disgrace and should be debarred.
They are debarred from being a magistrate or sitting on a primary care or health trust.
Had he done so, he would know that a certain Mr Nolbert Kunonga, supporter of the Mugabe regime and sometime Archbishop of Harare, has been dismissed from his post and debarred from Holy Orders.