from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of cancellation.
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- n. Alternative spelling of cancellation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of canceling; specifically, in mathematics, the striking out or removal of a common factor or term. See cancel, v. t., 4 .
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Former air force chief Eytan Ben-Eliyahu, for example, called the cancelation "a seriously worrying development."
Eytan Ben-Eliyahu, for example, called the cancelation "a seriously worrying development."
The end of analog TV and other signs of "sea change," such as cancelation of "The Guiding Light" and "As the World Turns," the scarcity of longform TV, Comcast's bid to buy NBC Universal and the continued rise in the reliance of DVRs (digital video recorders).
Star Kiefer Sutherland expressed his excitement about keeping the franchise alive in the announcement regarding the show's cancelation in March.
Producers and cast talk about being forever on the cancelation bubble, Season 2's murder plotline, relocating to DirecTV, and the risky move to East Dillon.
The Cut has a breakdown of the pros and the cons of "The City's" cancelation.
The sector regulator had also sought cancelation of licenses of companies which hadn't met their roll-out obligations.
This month, it also set aside new land for conservation, a move that will result in the cancelation of parts of 10 leases.
Going back to this failed system will only lead to another cancelation. ghod
In the first clip below, Lucci talks about hearing of the cancelation apparently, she found out five minutes before the rest of the world, and says that she was told AMC's replacement, a food-centric talk show titled The Chew, would cost 40 percent less to produce.