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Instead of canceling the 410, MTA should extend evening service to 8 p.
OBVIOUSLY, CANCELING THE DEBT IS NO SILVER BULLET THAT will eliminate world poverty.
In order to cancel its futures position at the end of each quarter, the company sells the same number of contracts that it bought in January for that particular quarter, thus canceling its position in a Peter-pay-Paul manner.
Consumers are canceling credit cards at a lower rate than has been seen for the past several years, according to research conducted by Auriemma Consulting Group (ACG).
Most European carriers operating short-haul flights into Heathrow started canceling flights from midday and warned of further possible cancellations today.
EL SEGUNDO - The NBA, concerned for the safety of its players in the wake of last week's terrorist attacks, is considering canceling all of its international exhibition games, including the Lakers' scheduled appearance in Tokyo next month.