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revoke

Cards the act of revoking; a renege
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By examining crucial transition points--prison admission, release onto parole supervision, parole revocation, and reincarceration for a revocation term--as well as average sentence lengths and time served, researchers would be in a position to assess whether longer average sentences (as a result of parole revocations) or parole violation rates are associated (more or less strongly) with longer average time served in prison over the offender's lifetime.
Summary: New subdivision (g), allows for disciplinary revocation for a minimum of five years with the option of disciplinary revocation without leave to apply for re-admission; within subdivision (h), requires that members granted a disciplinary revocation notify clients and other parties of the revocation.
Everson said as he announced revocation of charitable status for 41 credit-counselling organizations.
State and DHS also took some steps to address legal and policy issues related to visa revocations.
Two general outcomes were possible here: a revocation (failure),
With this as the standard, revocations have been extremeley rare.
CRA'S Appeals Branch will review decisions made by the agency's Charities Directorate on matters such as denials, revocations and annulments of charitable registration; and sanctions.
government has no specific written policy on the use of visa revocations as an antiterrorism tool and no written procedures to guide State in notifying the relevant agencies of visa revocations on terrorism grounds.
In our review of 240 visa revocations, we found that (1) appropriate units within INS and the FBI did not always receive notifications of all the revocations; (2) names were not consistently posted to the agencies' watch lists of suspected terrorists; (3) 30 individuals whose visas were revoked on terrorism grounds had entered the United States and may still remain; and (4) INS and the FBI were not routinely taking actions to investigate, locate, or resolve the cases of individuals who remained in the United States after their visas were revoked.
125-2, Q&A-6, replacing guidance issued originally in 1984 and 1989, respectively, on revocations and elections made to cafeteria plans.