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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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In addition to that, the airline tweeted that on all Mondays, WY655/6 Muscat-Bahrain-Muscat stands cancelled and will be combined with WY663/4 to operate Muscat-Doha-Bahrain-Muscat.
On receipt of his cancellation instruction in March 2016, the Credit Shield was cancelled.
In two earlier rounds of crackdown this year,licences of nearly 13,470 NGOs were cancelled for alleged violation of FCRA.
The figures are for routine operations cancelled on or after the day the patient was admitted to hospital, including the day of surgery, for non-clinical reasons.
Experts say the rises should act as a warning sign as temperatures are set to plummet next week and with 122 urgent operations cancelled across the country.
As of Tuesday, more than 13,700 flights had been cancelled as Hurricane Sandy made landfall in the US.
The CLA said the total cost to the rural economy including all the agricultural shows and horse events cancelled this summer could be much higher at more than pounds 240m if smaller events, such as Bingley Show, the North Yorkshire County Show, point-to- points and other local agricultural events are taken into account.
Dr Reilly said: "Gridlock in our hospitals continues to see patients' procedures cancelled.
The figures also revealed that each year around 3,000 tickets are cancelled after "representations" from disgruntled motorists are accepted by the authority.
One patient had their operation cancelled 21 times and around a third (34 per cent) of trusts cancelled an operation for the same patient three times or more.
Travellers struggling to get home for Christmas faced another day of chaos on Friday, with some 350 flights cancelled at London's Heathrow Airport for a second day due to a thick blanket of fog.
Separate yet aggregate: The court added that although Capital must prove that each of the cancelled contracts had some individual value, it does not lose its deduction if it fails to convince the court of each contract's exact separate value; the court may accept an aggregate deduction.