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Quit

To vacate; remove from; surrender possession.

When a tenant leaves premises that he or she has been renting, the tenant is said to quit such premises.

A notice to quit is written notification given by a landlord to a tenant that indicates that the landlord wants to repossess the premises and that the tenant must vacate them at a certain designated time.

quit

v. to leave, used in a written notice to a tenant to leave the premises (notice to quit). (See: notice to quit, unlawful detainer)

quit

1 to free, release, absolve.
2 to give up, renounce, leave.
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New figures show 422 people who like a puff quit successfully in the first quarter of 2018/19 - exceeding the Scottish Government's target of 414 quitters.
How does the quit rate help predict the cyclical component of inflation known as the inflation gap--that is, the difference between actual and long-run expected inflation?
This short written notice of quitting is not onerous for most employees, yet many still quit on shorter notice, including no notice when they choose to never return to work.
Anyone who has ever tried to quit smoking knows it is a difficult process.
While slow to embrace the term "quit," Martin acknowledges that his career and personal success are largely the result of his ability to assess when things aren't working and take swift action.
Indirect evidence for a dopamine role comes from three unpublished clinical trials, conducted several years ago, which found that Prozac and related serotonin boosters offer no help to those trying to quit cigarettes, Glassman says.
* Conserve cash: Before the individual actually quits his job and for the first few months after he goes into business, he should minimize cash outlays and build up a margin for error.
The current study extends this literature on the wage effects of mobility by examining (1) the separate effects of cumulative voluntary (employee-initiated) and involuntary (employer-initiated) mobility events, (2) the separate effects of cumulative economic quits and family-related quits, and (3) the separate effects of cumulative layoffs and discharges for both young men and young women.
Better circulation: Blood flow improves when smokers quit smoking, which can mean fewer feelings of "pins and needles" in extremities and warmer hands and feet.
Another reader told Medical Daily how her grandfather was able to quit smoking "cold turkey" by punishing himself with intense exercising.
US researchers performed this analysis to estimate how many years of life HIV-positive people lose if they smoke--and how many years of life they regain if they quit.