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recall

US the process by which elected officials may be deprived of office by popular vote

recall

[′rē‚kȯl]
(communications)
A flashing signal to the attendant's switchboard; the operator may be recalled by the subscriber operating the switch hook of the subscriber's set.
References in classic literature ?
As I now recall the impression they made upon me, they did not at the moment seem to be sad because of the loss of property, but rather because of parting with those whom they had reared and who were in many ways very close to them.
The issue with the recall involves the replacement airbags that were installed after the Takata airbag recall.
Your compliance competency becomes a regulatory issue for the FDA if your recall is deemed ineffective.
The petition must be filed with the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) in writing by a voter in the constituency or county in which the recall is sought.
A more serious, consumer-level recall necessitates public notification, as it involves a product that has been widely distributed and/or poses a serious health hazard.
It is in fact about the UK, which passed a Recall of MPs Act in 2015.
Selective Insurance Company of America, the lead insurance company of Selective Insurance Group, Inc., is working with its independent insurance agency partners to help customers become aware of recalls affecting their vehicles through notifications from its new Recall Alert System.
"We are excited and grateful for all contributions we have received that helped acquire this office space,and to those volunteering to staff this location," said Jason Williamson, Weld County Board Member at Official Recall Colorado Governor Jared Polis.
Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty has started offering coverage for auto parts manufacturers, enabling them to reduce expense risks related to a recall.
'A vehicle recall happens when a manufacturer finds that a particular model has some defects or does not comply with the standards.
The final guidance outlines circumstances when a company should issue a public warning about a voluntary recall, describes the general timeframe for companies to issue such a warning, discusses what information should be included in a public warning, and describes situations where FDA may take action to issue its own public warning should a company's warning be deemed insufficient.
Still, while overall recall levels are up from 2013, they are trending down from recent highs.