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  • noun Plural form of waive.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of waive.

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Examples

  • This special designation waives governmental filing fees, provides the drug sponsor with tax credits related to development expenses, as well as other support.

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • That phrase was followed by a list of circumstances in which someone 'waives' the right to life, as in puts themselves in situations of peril.

    Balkinization

  • It includes such innovations as the creation of a new corporate form, the UG, which "waives" the minimum capital otherwise required in connection with the creation of a German GmbH.

    A Relic of a Rule

  • In particular, whenever the City "waives" that's "waves" a fee, it in effect makes a DONATION to the sponsoring group.

    Councilmember Jack Weiss on "Special Event Fee Waiver" Concerns

  • Every year the City of Los Angeles "waives" the fees for various companies, churches and council offices for "special events" forgoing millions of dollars a year for what can only be described as political back-scratching.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • In particular, whenever the City "waives" that's "waves" a fee, it in effect makes a DONATION to the sponsoring group.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • In particular, whenever the City "waives" that's "waves" a fee, it in effect makes a DONATION to the sponsoring group.

    City Council Votes To Give DIck Clark And ABC/Disney A $20,000 Charitable Donation

  • In particular, whenever the City "waives" that's "waves" a fee, it in effect makes a DONATION to the sponsoring group.

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • Every year the City of Los Angeles "waives" the fees for various companies, churches and council offices for "special events" forgoing millions of dollars a year for what can only be described as political back-scratching.

    Taking a shot at fiscal responsibility?

  • When the city "waives" the fees to the "dog and pony show" sponsors...it's not like the city doesn't have to pay for all the cops, fire, parking, clean-up, etc. costs associtated with the event.

    What "The People" Are Fighting For This Week At City Hall

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