discontinue


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to prevent the occurrence or continuation of a movement, action, or operation

to stop suddenly, as a conversation, activity, or relationship

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If a retailer or wholesaler decides to discontinue an item, they need to communicate that information up the supply chain so the manufacturer can make the appropriate product adjustments, he says.
These results follow a preliminary stody reported in 1984, in which Dupre and his co-workers had found that about half the 41 diabetics tested could discontinue insulin therapy if given cyclosporine, a drug normally used to suppress organ rejection following transplantation.
Asian women were more likely than white women to discontinue (2.
Those who favor full reclassification claim the prior-period financial statements shouldn't reflect the decision to discontinue operations, because the discontinuation never occurred.
During December 2006, the Company made the decision to discontinue its Racing Champions[R], JoyRide[R], Ertl[R] and AMT[R] die-cast and model kit automotive collectible product lines that on a combined basis generated approximately $36 million in net sales in 2006 and approximately $60 million in net sales in 2005.
Hana Biosciences (NASDAQ:HNAB), a biopharmaceutical company focused on advancing cancer care, today reviewed its 2006 progress, announced corporate goals for 2007, and announced its decision to discontinue development of IPdR (ropidoxuridine).