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Cancel

(character)
(CAN, Control-X) ASCII character 24.

cancel

In air traffic control terminology, it means “annul the previously transmitted clearance.”
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These cases represent a small minority, outnumbered considerably by operations which did not go ahead because a clinician felt an operation was ultimately not the best option and, separately, by 466 operations which were cancelled at the patient's own request.
And Levi Bell said: "Mine was due in the morning and emailed to say it's cancelled, but I can still have my order at full price
The train 12413 Ajmer-Jammu Tawi Pooja express was cancelled for Sunday.
Hospital trusts, including CHFT, do not record operations cancelled at one to three days' notice, however, as NHS regulations do not require them to do so.
All flights from the UAE to Istanbul's Ataturk Airport have been cancelled due to its closure caused by a deadly suicide attack that killed dozens of people on June 28.
As per to the airline, flights to Bahrain on Wednesdays between May 9 and 31 also stands cancelled.
The airline has also cancelled its WY207/8 Muscat-Goa-Muscat flights on all Mondays, between May 9 and 31.
Elin Jones AM, Plaid Cymru's health spokeswoman, said: "Every cancelled operation only serves to increase further the dire waiting times patients face for many operations.
The licences of 88 NGOs were cancelled in Tamil Nadu.
They believe the root cause behind the cancellations is A&E departments struggling to cope, which means the whole of the hospital system is affected, with operations having to be cancelled when more urgent cases need to be admitted.
Division Five: Bethesda 2nds (3) v Rhewl 2nds (3) Cancelled; Corwen (3) v Gwersyllt Park 2nds (3) Cancelled; Halkyn 2nds (3) v Castell Alun 2nds (3) Cancelled; Ruthin 2nds (3) v Chirk 2nds (3) Cancelled.
The latest NHS figures reveal the number of cancelled operations has risen in the North East since last year, with 208 cancelled over a 10-day period ending on Wednesday, November 13.