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postpone

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to conform to the will or judgment of another, especially out of respect or courtesy

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Hill and Boozman were among a 21-member congressional group credited with making the program change to allow deferments through enacting legislation.
First, there were college deferments for undergraduates as well as graduates.
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.
As for the bone spurs, during those years, I remember guys getting 4F deferments for having allergies to grass, as well ailments such as flat feet, and a 1Y deferment still left you eligible for national emergencies.
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.
In contrast, EEF's data suggests that manufacturers are rewarding their employees after a very difficult economic period of substantial numbers of deferments and freezes.
In contrast, EEF's findings suggest that manufacturers are rewarding their employees after a difficult economic period, which saw a substantial number of deferments and freezes.
In contrast, EEF's findings suggest that manufacturers are rewarding their employees after a very difficult economic period, which saw a substantial number of deferments and freezes.
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.
Speaking on condition of anonymity, an officer at the Defence Ministry's Recruitment Division yesterday told the Mail that reports of mass applications for deferments for the current enlistment were "grossly exaggerated."
Tenants and landlords are negotiating over a wide spectrum of options that include simply not paying rent in a given month -- equaling as much as an 8 percent reduction over the year -- to rent deferments of up to 20 percent.
WASHINGTON -- The Office of Postsecondary Education has issued new rules governing when students can get deferments from repaying Perkins Loans, Family Federal Education Loans and Direct Loans.
These regulations address, among other issues, income-based repayment plans, public service loan forgiveness, economic hardship deferments, and military deferments.
Even with the changes, officials said the mission comes first and will be the overriding factor in granting deferments.