Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as debarrence.

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  • verb Present participle of debar.

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Examples

  • And VA has absolutely no enforcement authority except for 'debarring' bogus companies from doing business with the VA; reducing paperwork and administrative burdens on veterans in accessing business development and entrepreneurship opportunities;

    Veterans Today

  • In addition, the Government - as the most secure creditor of the banking system - could lay down terms, such as debarring Irish banks from lending abroad, limiting their exposure to property, forcing them to maintain a higher ratio of tier one capital and - most crucially in terms of democratic fairness - forcing the resignation of all the boards and senior management who got us into this mess in the first place.

    David McWilliams

  • In addition, the Government - as the most secure creditor of the banking system - could lay down terms, such as debarring Irish banks from lending abroad, limiting their exposure to property, forcing them to maintain a higher ratio of tier one capital and - most crucially in terms of democratic fairness - forcing the resignation of all the boards and senior management who got us into this mess in the first place.

    Irish Blogs

  • Drug companies have pled guilty to criminal fraud under the federal false claims act stealing billions from the taxpayers by ripping off Medicaid and Medicare yet Congress never passed a bill debarring them from federal contracts.

    John Atlas: Federal appeals court reverses court decision that barred Congress from cutting ACORN's funds.

  • I say enough is enough, which is why I introduced and won an amendment to the Department of Defense Authorization bill which would require that the Secretary of Defense consider debarring BP from Defense Department contracts if he finds that BP is not a "responsible source."

    Rep. Luis Gutierrez: BP: Busy Promoting a Culture of Recklessness

  • • Contractor debarment process plagued by delays, inconsistencies: The government's system for suspending and debarring problem contractors is plagued by sluggish reporting, inconsistent standards and a reluctance to act, several department inspectors general said Wednesday.

    Eye Opener: Veterans hiring, searching for Grizzlies, a 103-year old judge

  • I say enough is enough, which is why I introduced and won an amendment to the Department of Defense Authorization bill which would require that the Secretary of Defense consider debarring BP from Defense Department contracts if he finds that BP is not a "responsible source."

    Rep. Luis Gutierrez: BP: Busy Promoting a Culture of Recklessness

  • I say enough is enough, which is why I introduced and won an amendment to the Department of Defense Authorization bill which would require that the Secretary of Defense consider debarring BP from Defense Department contracts if he finds that BP is not a "responsible source."

    Rep. Luis Gutierrez: BP: Busy Promoting a Culture of Recklessness

  • And this January the bank finally got around to debarring seven firms and one individual involved in the bid-rigging.

    World Bank Responsibility

  • Surely they were all violating the principle of equal rights by debarring women from citizenship rights, and thereby calmly depriving half of the human race of the right to participate in the formation of the laws.

    The Snowbank

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