- n. Plural form of revocation.
“The ministry said the revocations were a result of a campaign to check the status of East Jerusalem residents.”
“Based on his study of the DOHA appeals cases in the past 4 1/2 years, Cohen said that the number of security clearance denials and revocations has kept pace with the number of mortgage defaults, foreclosures and other distressed sales in the country.”
“Such specific revocations are not normally allowed under the terms on which "essential" patents are licensed: if Motorola is found to have breached the "FRAND" fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory rules around the licensing of its patents then it could face sanctions from standards bodies, and damages from Apple.”
“Similarly, the registered financial consultant designation, granted by the International Association of Registered Financial Consultants, requires four years of previous industry experience, a degree in finance or one of several professional designations, and no suspensions or revocations of professional licenses.”
“It will now release a list of new revocations every month.”
“It said it would delay publishing the list of revocations until January 2011 to give small nonprofits another chance.”
“I am a professional engineer, and the boards of registration that cover my licenses in various states have high standards and don't require a conviction to sanction offenders in the form of license suspensions and revocations.”
“In September, at an overseas refugee processing post, I personally witnessed six such revocations of refugees and their families.”
“That compares with 18 such revocations in 2007, before the financial crisis hit.”
“The 2010 Colorado legislature also unanimously passed House Bill 1023 in an effort to start removing barriers to parolees and those with criminal backgrounds in obtaining and keeping employment, a key element both to successful completion of parole and to avoiding re-incarceration for technical revocations due to unemployment.”
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