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  • The Department of Building slapped a "Vacate" notice on the door.

    Second News Cycle on Rat-Squirrel House Begins

  • Vacate the area for at least 15 minutes, open a window, and turn off any central air conditioning or forced heating system.

    Report: CFLs that flicker and flash not a safety risk

  • Nevertheless, there was a violation of a Vacate order still on the books, and a little matter of a trick ... and the word had been passed.

    Cities In Flight

  • If necessary, we can call for a court ruling and show that the Vacate order was inhumane-and hi the meantime, they can't enforce the order while we're under the aegis of an enemy of theirs.

    Cities In Flight

  • We don't spin without a Vacate order from the cops.

    Cities In Flight

  • Vacate means to get out or away from, and if you take your so called vacation by a trip to another city and spend your time in the whirl of industry, you are not helping yourself, you are not taking a vacation.

    Dollars and Sense

  • Vacate cantonments to ensure govt leadership, Mahato tells Maoists

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  • The Brake to Vacate system, which optimises the application of the brakes after the aircraft lands and ensures that it is ready to vacate the runway at the assigned exit, was certified in October, also for delivery to Air France.

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  • Like the first couple, the family was served with a Notice to Vacate in late June 2010, signaling their home had been sold in foreclosure.

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  • I emailed her the Notice to Vacate that I require from my tenants who are leaving, so the verbage is very clear.

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