waiver

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clear waivers

To be unclaimed by another professional club and therefore liable to be assigned to a minor-league club or released.
See also: clear, waiver

on waivers

In a state of being available for claiming by other professional clubs.
See also: on, waiver
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He considered him a "minister of no ministry" as he waivered his powers in favor of another minister.
Even though it has been over two and half years since the initial detection, their resolve has not waivered, he added.
But while his view of the ground may have changed, his view of the bomber never waivered.
I don't think my excitement has ever waivered, I'm 33 years old
Confidence in Dallas' ability to repeat as champions in a competitive NFC East has waivered since Ezekiel Elliott was suspended for six games, though it appears that the punishment might be reduced or completely thrown out.
By contrast the Great Ormond Street Hospital took the position from which it never waivered
We also call for Israel's full withdrawal from all the Arab territories occupied in 1967, in accordance with the relevant resolutions of the international legitimacy and the Arab Peace Initiative, as a comprehensive and indispensable strategic solution that cannot be relinquished or waivered.
But the rule is sometime waivered for foreigners and tourists.
In another statement released to Youm7, El Gendy added that "al-Adly will turn himself in to the authorities before any appeal is filed, or his failure to show will result in his right to appeal being waivered and the court will reject the appeal and the verdict will be rendered final.
He never waivered from his message, no matter how controversial.
An applicant must describe the risks of the waivered operation and identify appropriate risk-mitigation strategies to ensure that the proposed operation can be safely conducted.
FPM has also boycotted Cabinet meetings as they waivered an essential senior security appointment.
Completion of the Proposed Transaction is subject to all conditions, including commercial, operating, technical, taxation, legal and other due diligence, being satisfied or waivered by no later than 4 July 2016.
Her involvement has never waivered in the intervening 44 years, though she admits to being "a wee bit quiet" after she started work at Tauranga Hospital in 1988.
When Mae was a young child she liked science projects, and that interest never waivered.