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He submitted that the management is ready to talk to the pilots once they call off their strike.
Referee Dave Pearson, centre, discusses his decision to call off last night's match with Ireland's Declan Kidney, second right, and France's Philippe Saint-Andre, right.
Neil Mackenzie Ross, clerk of the course at Lingfield and Folkestone "Nobody wants to call off meetings late, but everyone wants to give racing every chance.
Call Off Manager is a new addition to Rixonway's X-net system, a secure online portal for both clients and contractors to access a range of business information, allowing clients and contractors greater control over their orders.
Sunderland chose yesterday morning to call off their clash against Bolton at the Stadium of Light following a second meeting of the city's safety advisory group.
There has been no racing on turf since Plumpton's meeting on Sunday and it appears not even the allweather cards are safe from the elements after both Ling-field and Kempton were forced to call off their fixtures yesterday.
Summary: The Queen has been forced to call off a school visit after a suspected outbreak of swine flu among pupils.
NUJ members voted to call off the strike after learning staff from the axed papers working under the BPM Media and Midland Weekly Media North arms have been offered jobs elsewhere in the company.
CHELTENHAM officials had no choice but to call off the top-class card after jump racing's HQ was lashed by heavy rain.
Fans call off Hammam protest following late-night talks Fans call off Hammam protest following late-night talks
The decision by the RMT to call off the remaining two strike days is good news for passengers and means that we can all get back to focusing on improving the train services.
The verbal sign we use to call off another fielder is "I got it