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clear waivers

Of a professional athlete, to be released by a professional team and then not claimed by any other team in the league. If we demote him, do you think he'll clear waivers? I just don't want another team in our division to get ahold of him.
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on waivers

In sports, available to be claimed by other professional clubs during a certain period of time. Though a fan favorite, the goalie was acquired by another team after being placed on waivers.
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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.
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on waivers

In a state of being available for claiming by other professional clubs.
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Financial hardship does not qualify an immigrant to receive a waiver. Instead, it must be shown that the relative would be forced to deal with emotional trauma, such as severe separation anxiety, to qualify for a waiver.
Neronha said that in affirming the conviction and rejecting the defendant's argument, "the Supreme Court simply applied the plain language of Rule 23(a) requiring a jury waiver to be signed by the defendant, the goal of which is to ensure that a defendant makes a knowing, intelligent and voluntary waiver of his or her rights.
I tried to reason with the embassy, to no avail: bull A person applies for a provisional waiver because they overstayed.
Interestingly, in 2015, the Supreme Court ruled for the first time in one case (GR 212825) that if both the taxpayer and the BIR were at fault in rendering the waiver of statute of limitations defective, then the validity of the waiver must be upheld.
But Al-Awadhi has become increasingly skeptical that the Trump administration is applying its waiver standards to those who qualify.
The guidance notes, "...a trading partner that received an "undue economic hardship" waiver may be asked to submit updated financial information demonstrating that the circumstances supporting the original waiver decision still exist." A waiver, exception, or exemption that is deemed inappropriate during the review will be terminated.
In the future, Medicaid policy may depend on these waivers as a means to distribute resources within the program.
This commonsense legislation will subject waiver requests to public scrutiny and robust SEC review so that the law protects investors, the markets, and the public.
There are four types of lien waivers, but a handful of states such as Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia and Texas require statutory forms.
Understanding the scope of any such waiver is critical to evaluating recovery potential.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released the form and instructions on how to apply for a waiver from certain requirements included in the "Operation and Certification of Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems" final rule.
The concept of states seeking waivers from federal law should be familiar to longtime observers of Medicaid.
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO -- The National Police Commission (Napolcom) has discovered fake height waivers submitted by indigenous peoples (IPs) who are applying to be members of the Philippine National Police (PNP).
Rather, subsidiarity is referred to as an external normative standard to evaluate the law and practice of waivers in the WTO; that is, to assess whether the waiver power may be and is being used to further subsidiarity and how certain changes in the waiver process could enhance the likelihood that subsidiarity concerns are being promoted in the WTO.
Shwom received some assistance financing her education, first at Cape Cod Community College and then at the university, through a Massachusetts program that provides tuition waivers to Native Americans who live in the state.