- v. Simple past tense and past participle of waive.
“Hence Palin waived any speaking fee — heck most would pay the NRA to be allowed to speak — and none officially speak for theNRA.”
“Notes: Yao scored the Rockets 'first six points and also had a tip-in waived off for goaltending. ...”
“GUPTA: It's called waived consent, and it's used to test new medical products in cases of extreme trauma, like stroke or heart attack.”
“The families are still required to submit means assessment forms, even though our understanding is that the financial eligibility criteria will be waived, which is a little bit insensitive," he said.”
“Which rights, specifically, are "waived" when you agree to show a cop your ID? randy streu”
“Still, it has become easier for parents to link their accounts to children's accounts indefinitely to take advantage of perks, such as waived monthly fees, offered to bigger depositors.”
“If the person shows incredible stamina -- like Thompkins -- and manages to remain silent through hours of intense interrogation, he will have "waived" his rights if he eventually caves in to pressure.”
“Medicare, which has some authority over "waived" tests, is investigating the situation, but officials would not elaborate on the status of the probe.”
“The "waived" tests are supposed to be used to track sugar levels in patients in which diabetes has already been diagnosed, which requires less precision.”
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