Sturgeon said she was "sadly" not surprised by the party's decision to abstain, adding: "It really does beg a fundamental question, if Labour is not about opposing a Tory government that is waging an ideological assault, not on skivers who don't want to work, but on people who are working hard on low incomes, if Labour is not about opposing that, what is Labour for?
Out of the four candidates, Kendall was the only one to publicly back the party's decision to abstain on the vote.
She abstains from selling until after the good news is released and the price has risen to $12 per share.
40) If CEO abstains from selling ABC shares at time [T.
CEO Abstains and Trades While Aware of Inside Information
45) The important point, however, is that if CEO merely abstains from selling when she learns good news and effects her previously planned sale when she learns bad news, she will expect, on average, to beat the market.
If, on the other hand, CEO learns that ABC will underperform the market, she abstains from purchasing the stock and remains invested in the market-wide index fund.
Lawyers with the firm of Richards, Watson and Gershon said Berlin should abstain from participating in consideration of the airport's development agreement.
Berlin said Wednesday it is still unclear whether she will have to abstain from consideration of other parts.
Contrary to popular belief, heart-disease patients don't have to abstain
from sex, because the odds that sex will trigger a heart attack are slim to none, a new study shows.
Meanwhile, on the subject of sex, raised by the Cowboys' Nate Newton on Monday, the 320-pound guard actually said he warned his teammates to abstain
"anywhere from 24 to 48 hours" before last week's Eagles game and, this week, "I'm trying to hold it to 72 hours.
Countries sometimes abstain
when they haven't received instructions from home in time for the vote.