deferment


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

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act of putting off to a future time

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The deferment will give Arkansas Baptist breathing space to rebuild enrollment and pay a backlog of bills amassed under Jones, who was fired Dec.
class="MsoNormalImmediately Mr Duale made his request, a good number of female MPs members of the Kenya Women Parliamentary Association (KEWOPA) rose in support of the deferment.
She lamented that Uson had to use the deferment of the PCOO budget as a reason to resign.
Clavite said that a lot of people in the PCOO and its line agencies expressed the same sentiment because the deferment had affected their work.
As a result, the conscript received a draft deferment for 2018.
The customer, however, requested a deferment in taking receipt of the engines until 2018.
He specifically mentioned the bone spur (a calcium deposit causing a bony protrusion on the underside of the heel bone) deferment that was used, which Trump happened to use for the same purpose.
The way things worked back then was if you were in college or even junior college, you only had to apply for a 1S deferment to continue getting your education.
The 1944 questionnaire did ask for the total number of men in each congregation who had received a draft deferment, but provided space only for a numeric "Total now in deferred classes," broken down into II-C (agricultural deferments) and "other." (6) The survey solicited no specific information about deferred men--no names, occupations, marital status, reasons surrounding deferral--nor was there any place on the form to include such information.
THE Government's two-year deferment of the business rates revaluation will cost businesses in the North of England and the Midlands PS2.3bn, according to new research by Bilnger GVA.
Early this July, Briton Robert Stokes had applied for a deferment of his personal loan EMI his bank had been promoting as a complimentary 'Ramadan offer'.
Currently, of all of the open student-loan accounts, 39% (USD 417bn) are in deferment and 61% (USD 727bn) are in repayment.
In a statement, the bank said in addition to an annual percentage rate (APR) of 6.54 per cent, zero insurance fees as well as an optional first three months instalment deferment, customers will be able to win cash prizes of up to BD1,000 when they either apply for a new loan, top up their existing loan with BMI Bank or look to transfer their existing loans with other banks to BMI Bank.
In a statement, the bank said in addition to an annual percentage rate (APR) of 6.54 per cent, zero insurance fees as well as an optional first three months instalment deferment, customers will be able to win cash prizes of up to BD1,000 ($2593) when they either apply for a new loan, top up their existing loan with BMI Bank or look to transfer their existing loans with other banks to BMI Bank.