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Synonyms for opt

opt for something or someone

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to make a choice from a number of alternatives

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select as an alternative over another

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Notify your patients that you will be opting out by a specific date, which should be the first day of a calendar quarter.
Further, having taken some ownership of class membership by opting in, claimants are likely to follow the case developments with closer scrutiny and perhaps even offer advice on conflicts or inadequacies that develop.
The procedure for opting out of Medicare is slightly different for participating and non-participating physicians.
Then government can quote figures for the very low take-up of opting out, as if that settles the matter.
"Generally, states are discouraging opting out or are emphasizing that participating in testing is mandatory."
The whole process is designed to dissuade parents and guardians from opting students out of an unproven and unnecessary test, and in our opinion, the district and the state are using an unethical opt-out process that makes it daunting, and nearly impossible, to exercise parental rights.
The authors find a correlation between opting out and weaker governance practices in general.
As of late February, 25 states and the District of Columbia had opted to expand Medicaid coverage, four states were still considering expansion and 21 were opting out of expansion.
Texas Dow gave away iPods, lunches and jeans days to employees to encourage them to talk to members about the courtesy program and educate them on the benefits of opting in.
Eligible patients coming to the emergency department were told during registration that rapid HIV testing would be conducted unless they refused it, which required them to check a box on the consent form and provide a signature to show they were opting out.
By far, the most common reason for opting out of testing was fear--cited by 40% of men who have sex with men and 36-37% of heterosexuals.
However, using "proximity to public alternatives" as an instrument for opting out of the "assigned" public school, the author finds no significant benefit of opting out on student achievement.
" Opting to worship in their preferred way probably describes what most Canadian Anglicans have chosen to do whether their preference is for the BCP or the Book of Alternative Services.
Finally, if the Treasury and the IRS do not limit the covered opinion regulations to reportable transactions, they should permit "opting out" from the principal purpose opinions.
This year's bill protects that funding by not completely opting out of the Act--but Dayton reminds us that that $75 million is money that the federal government already took away from the states, and is now offering back "with strings attached."