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Donna Davies said: 'We have apologised and obviously we will not be cutting them off.
Spokeswoman Donna Davies said, 'We have apologised and obviously we will not be cutting them off.
Newsletter publishers used to allow bill-me subscribers about three months before cutting them off of fulfillment.
The court struck down Massachusetts' "Burma Law," which had added a surcharge to bids from corporations doing business in Burma--now known as Myanmar--effectively cutting them off from the state's $2 billion in annual contracts.
The chairwoman, Assembly member Carole Migden, D-San Francisco, earned her nickname of ``The General,'' barking at her staff, chiding those giving testimony and simply cutting them off midsentence when she'd heard enough.
This gap occurs when they leave their own corporate LAN and enter someone else's, effectively cutting them off from the mission critical ERP or CRM data they use to make informed decisions, stay ahead and collaborate with partners and peers.