strike off


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strike off

1. To use a straight wood or metal bar for removing material (from a newly plastered or mortared work or from a freshly laid concrete surface) which is in excess of that required to fill a form evenly or to level the surface.
2. The wood or metal bar used for this purpose.
3.See strike, 1.
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However, the confirmation statement that was due, has now been filed and accepted on January 17 and strike off action has been discontinued.
Santiago was reacting to Senator Sergio Osmena III's plan next week to move to strike off from the record her and Enrile's privilege speeches, citing the rules against the use of "unparliamentary languange" inside the halls of Congress.
Not less than three months after placing the notice on the company's file at Companies House, the Registrar may strike off the company.
The second notice, which will officially strike off the company, could appear any day now.