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divestiture

n. the court ordered or voluntary giving up of a possession or right, which is a common result in an anti-trust action to prevent monopoly or other restraint of trade.

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'Therefore, the transfer posting, initiating disciplinary action and other service matter being dealt by MCI will be audit objections as per recommendations of the Senate standing committee,' the letter added.
While doctors may recommend cognitive training for people with MCI, there is weak evidence that the training may be beneficial in improving measures of cognitive function.
Mayor Sheikh Anser Aziz said the MCI has been working to mitigate people's suffering, but 'the issue is that we have been facing a shortage of funding.
The members of the MCI also discussed the issues of their respective union counsels in detail.
Mayor of Islamabad further informed the house that MCI has provided water connection and 1122 services in the rural areas of the city while fire brigade service and sanitation services would be also provided in the rural areas and tenders in this regard would be issued soon.
The District Court affirmed the Bankruptcy Courts ruling, concluding that MCI's new value defense had fully shielded MCI from preference liability.
According to the letter, these 17 doctors voted to elect Desai as MCI president during the general body meeting on 1 March, 2009.
Roberts and her colleagues analyzed data from the Mayo Clinic Study of Aging, which assessed risk factors for MCI in residents of Olmsted County who were aged 70-89 years at baseline in 2004.
When the data were analyzed by gender, cardiac disease was found to have no correlation with nonamnestic MCI among men: The incidence of this form of cognitive impairment was similar between men with cardiac disease (22.3/1,000 person-years) and men without cardiac disease (18.9/1,000 person-years).
Edo Richard, M.D., Ph.D., of the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and colleagues evaluated the association of late-life depression with MCI and dementia in a group of 2,160 community-dwelling Medicare recipients.
As many as 20 percent of Americans over the age of 70 have a cognitive disorder called mild cognitive impairment (MCI), according to the American College of Physicians.
Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is thought to be a prodromal phase of dementia and therefore highly predictive of subsequent conversion.