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discontinue

to terminate or abandon an action.
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For example, when the decision to discontinue a product is made by a manufacturer, lead time for ordering packaging materials should be 120 to 180 days, noted the white paper.
"Our decision to discontinue a court-funded appellate mediation program should in no way be perceived as a disapproval of the process, and parties who
"We know that tolerance can develop, and that some patients have been able to discontinue immunosuppressive therapy, but we didn't know why.
Simply put, although taxpayers must discontinue use of the mark-to-market method only with respect to nonfinancial customer paper, they should consider discontinuity use of the method for all securities.
'Dear, valued vendor(s), PSMCL management has decided to discontinue its Model SB308 only version VX (Mehran) from end November 2018,' the notice said.
Eltel AB (STO:ELTEL) on Tuesday announced the decision by its board of directors to discontinue the unprofitable business of power transmission projects outside of Europe.
"At the request of the Nigerian government, the United States will discontinue its training of a Nigerian Army battalion," the embassy said in the statement, World Bulletin reported.
Pharmaceutical company Karo Bio AB on Tuesday announced that it has decided to discontinue the development programme for eprotirome.
Researchers found that depressed patients are significantly more likely to experience side effects and discontinue therapy than their nondepressed counterparts.
This survey of 1,374 Belgian physicians was based on one case study and asked whether the physician would pursue, discontinue or modify the regimen for that woman.
Asian women were more likely than white women to discontinue (2.6).