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discontinue

(Abandon), verb abolish, abort, abstain, annul, apostatize, arrest, break, break off, bring to a close, bring to an end, call off, cancel, cause a discontinuance, cease, cease using, check, close, complete, conclude, consummate, demit, desist, desist from, destroy, discard, disconnect, disjoin, dismiss, dissever, dissolve, drop, end, expire, finish, forfeit, forsake, give up, halt, have done with, invalidate, leave, leave off, let lapse, play out, put an end to, quit, relinquish, renounce, repeal, resign, retire, revoke, separate, sever, shut down, stop, sunder, surrender, suspend, terminate, vacate, void, waive, withdraw
Associated concepts: discontinuance of an action, dismissal, judgment of discontinuance, lack of prosecution, nonsuit, voluntary discontinuance

discontinue

(Break continuity), verb adjourn, arrest, balk, break, break off, bring to a standstill, check, cut, cut short, dam up, defer, delay, disconnect, disengage, disjoin, disrupt, dissever, dissolve, disturb, disunite, divide, foil, frustrate, hesitate, hinder, hold in abeyance, intercept, innerfere with, interject, intermit, interpose, interrupt, intrude, leave off, obstruct, part, postpone, recess, remit, retard, separate, sever, sunder, suspend, thwart, wait, waive
See also: abandon, abate, abolish, adjourn, annul, cancel, cease, close, complete, conclude, continue, defer, desist, discharge, disrupt, dissolve, expire, extinguish, finish, forgo, forswear, halt, interrupt, lapse, negate, palliate, pause, refrain, relinquish, rest, shut, stay, stop, suspend, terminate

discontinue

to terminate or abandon an action.
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Prior to 2002, the rules for discontinued operations were described in Accounting Principles Bulletin (APB) 30.
2014-08, Presentation of Financial Statements (Topic 205) and Property, Plant, and Equipment (Topic 360): Reporting Discontinued Operations and Disclosures of Disposals of Components of an Entity, changes the criteria for reporting discontinued operations while enhancing disclosures in this area.
In the arm of patients who discontinued their first medication because of a lack of efficacy, which had 99 patients, clozapine outperformed the three other drugs in which patients could be assigned: olanzapine (Zyprexa), quetiapine (Seroquel), and risperidone.
Specifically, Organic Foods, a publicly owned organic food retailing chain, is restructuring parts of its business and management is hoping to report all the related costs in a discontinued operations section at the bottom of their Income Statement.
Income below continuing operations includes discontinued operations, accounting changes and extraordinary items.
It noted that about 1% of patients in clinical studies overall have discontinued FTC due to adverse events.
This lack of communication is widespread in the industry and is largely responsible for the vast amount of discontinued yet undamaged product that ends up in reclamation centers.
The CSU offered as an alternative a system whereby no athletic program could be discontinued until a campus advisory group of students, coaches, and members of the campus community convened and explored means by which private funds could be raised to continue the program.
ATRIPLA should be discontinued in patients developing severe rash associated with blistering, desquamation, mucosal involvement, or fever.
If the industry truly wants to improve the discontinued products process, real commitment and cost quantification will be essential.
In 1991, PerfectData bought a modem manufacturer, but discontinued operations in 1995 when it couldn't compete with rivals whose lower-priced products sported more advanced features.
Analysts consider a discontinued operation's disclosure of income and expense, cash flows and assets and liabilities vitally important.