Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of waive.

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Examples

  • Furthermore, if ITV are unable to fit our game into any of their four channels, over the four day period set aside for 4th round games, we will allow Setanta Sports to screen our game, on any of their seven channels, again waiving the £160,000 fee.

    Are Kettering Town being kept off television because they are sponsored by a Palestinian charity?

  • The biggest hang up in waiving the 10 percent mathcing fund was no one but President Bush himself ....

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • However, despite taking an unusual position, the rest of what CIS has had to say about Haiti over the past week fits right in line with the group's ethnocentric nativist dogma. attacked the idea of waiving TPS fees for Haitian "illegals" who are probably struggling to send every extra penny they have back home right now.

    Center for American Progress Action Fund

  • Bertrand said the idea of waiving SoupMan's standard $35,000 franchise fee for someone who has the entrepreneurial drive to succeed but might lack the financial resources to fund an entire start-up is, "a stimulus package that just makes sense."

    SB Informer Articles

  • Bertrand said the idea of waiving SoupMan's standard $35,000 franchise fee for someone who has the entrepreneurial drive to succeed but might lack the financial resources to fund an entire start-up is, "a stimulus package that just makes sense."

    Business Opportunities Weblog

  • In other cases, buyers would be coaxed into relying on the homebuilder's mortgage subsidiary through enticements such as waiving closing costs or promised discount points that never actually materialized.

    Leighton Woodhouse: The Destruction Of The Inland Empire

  • In March, Citadel's creditors agreed to concessions such as waiving its consolidated total leverage ratio requirements for 2009.

    Citadel Broadcasting Hires Lazard Freres to Provide Financial Advice

  • Los Angeles: Councilmember Jack Weiss, TODAY, called for a comprehensive review of the City's policy on reducng or "waiving" special event costs in an effort to address budget concerns and the possible inappropriate "waivers" of fees and costs for events that may NOT need or deserve financial support from the City.

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

  • Los Angeles: Councilmember Jack Weiss, TODAY, called for a comprehensive review of the City's policy on reducng or "waiving" special event costs in an effort to address budget concerns and the possible inappropriate "waivers" of fees and costs for events that may NOT need or deserve financial support from the City.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • They are finally getting to this today, from January 15, 2002: Councilmember Jack Weiss, TODAY, called for a comprehensive review of the City's policy on reducng or "waiving" special event costs in an effort to address budget concerns and the possible inappropriate "waivers" of fees and costs for events that may NOT need or deserve financial support from the City.

    Archive 2006-09-01

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