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Earlier this month, Dworkin asked for a new trial or for the contract to be rescinded.
Once the product's approval is rescinded, ReGen has the right to reapply to sell Menaflex, but must provide convincing evidence that the product is safe and effective, Dr.
The Nigerian government has rescinded its decision to enforce a break on the national football team from participating in competitions, just ahead of a Fifa deadline.
Two years ago, Al-Hadari notoriously rescinded his contract with Ahly and decided to join Swiss side Sion without his old club's consent.
One of the rules rescinded would have limited the outpatient hospital and clinic service benefit for Medicaid beneficiaries to the scope of services recognized as an outpatient hospital service under Medicare.
ISLAMABAD, July 10, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- The Chief Election Commissioner, Justice Hamid Ali Mirza has rescinded the notification of holding by-polls in two union councils of Sialkot and Kasur districts.
23, 2009, President Barack Obama signed an executive order reversing the global gag rule (also known as the Mexico City Policy)--implemented by President Ronald Reagan in 1984, rescinded by President Bill Clinton in 1993 and reinstated by President George W.
But surely he has overstepped the mark by blasting the integrity of referees supremo Keith Hackett, claiming he rescinded the card because it impacted negatively on Manchester United.
Fergie accused the FA and referees' chief Keith Hackett of double standards in ensuring the red card was rescinded and claimed the same would not have happened if it was a United player involved.
Some of the major United States-based airlines that announced increased fares last week have rescinded the rises.
United Airlines rescinded a $50 increase on one-way business fares after other carriers declined to match it, a spokeswoman said.