- v. present participle of cancel.
“Republicans on the science committee were more concerned about the role Isakowitz played while at the Office of Management and Budget in canceling the X-38 space plane, a move that is deemed responsible for NASA being dependent on Russia for emergency rescue on the international space station.”
“In many cases, canceling is as straightforward as clicking a link and authorizing the cancellation, but it's nice to see all the phone numbers and tips collected in one spot.”
“That deal could make it more expensive for the state if Mr. Walker succeeds in canceling the project.”
“After the call canceling the ceremony, a follow-up letter said citizenship officials wanted a passport she had obtained fraudulently.”
“I think CBS made the right decision in canceling the show to begin with, but a bunch of crazy fans convinced them there was a larger audience out there than there actually is.”
“In the sense of Putin canceling elections for governors a couple of years ago and deciding to appoint those governors himself, in the sense of government control of the media, in the sense of government prosecutions of some political opponents, spontaneous suicides and heavy-metal poisonings of other political opponents, etc.”
“Tear gas thrown by an unknown party disrupted that event and was the major factor in canceling future shows at the facility, but Wilkeson blamed Skynyrd’s no-show on an extended jam by members of the Steve Miller Band and Box Scagg’s group.”
“Companies that had bought raw materials and hired workers with the expectation of selling to customers would get sudden calls canceling orders, and were left saddled with surplus products.”
“It also comes with digital noise canceling, which is interesting.”
“But the key measure appeared to be what Bouteflika described as canceling term limits in order to "give the people the freedom to chose their leaders without limiting their choices.”
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