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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.
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* EUR4.8m in distributions recallable by the Apax VIII LP fund;
I have an early production unit with gobs of recallable memory and several programmable operations, which I never bothered to learn how to use.
At the moment, most power-generation companies rely on capacity acquired either through capacity release from LDCs, which is interruptible and recallable, or they use interconnection points (IP).
Of course the idea neglects the "live" aspect of theater, "with no recallable text, no convenient and definitive reproduction we can take away and examine at leisure." (18) In the late Victorian period a play would be published most commonly as a consequence of performance, a practice indicating, at least to James, that few care "for the text of the adventure." (19) In a discussion of the avant-garde Theatre Libre company's visit to London, the author's mouthpiece complains, "There is only a dirty prompters book.
DENVER -- Placed LB Danny Trevathan on recallable injured reserve.
That Proudhon and Bakunin, not Marx, had advocated workers' councils of elected, mandated and recallable delegates seems unknown to Weissman.
There is a list of introductory adverbs to use in your criticisms, starting with Meanwhile/Additionally/ During, and culminating in However/Even though/Nevertheless, all recallable via MAD COW, FAT HEN.
The colonization of the Philippines must be the single most traumatic change that our people have experienced in recallable history.
All data were integrated by the in-house software and were recallable in a fast and easy manner.
Mechanisms such as mandated, recallable delegates to regional assemblies would ensure that power remained at the base of the local assembly.
Jefferson strictly agreed with that sentiment but recognized that government for and by the people could escape the restrictions of size stated by Aristotle through the innovation of representatives, elected and recallable by the people.
It was no longer an offence to carry on a Church bazaar; hold lotteries to divide up property; offer rewards to promote thrift; or offer securities recallable by drawing lots.