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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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After questioning the defendant during a waiver colloquy, Superior Court Judge Daniel A.
Thankfully, a sympathetic USCIS expedited the approval of that waiver, allowing Jimmy to return to his ailing wife in the US.
During a hearing last month, the government told the Supreme Court that more than 400 people had been cleared for waivers since the ban went into effect in December.
Issues such as Medicaid block grants, per capita caps and 1332 waivers were discussed in great detail, and while neither bill passed both chambers to date, it is becoming increasingly apparent that states will now have to consider greater cost-containment protocols.
* The commission publish notice and give the public an opportunity to comment and present their views at a public hearing on whether a particular waiver should be granted or denied; and
There are four types of lien waivers, but a handful of states such as Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia and Texas require statutory forms.
The waiver request must include information which will be used in considering potential risk to children and adults in care should the request be approved.
On 8 November, 2016 Moberg Pharma summoned a bondholders' meeting, by way of a written procedure, to obtain a waiver from the holders of the bonds (the waiver solicitation and the waiver).
This is because the waiver of immunity in Georgia's State Tort Claims Act does not apply to counties or municipalities.
The ability to seek a waiver is particularly important to the energy industry which may choose to use small drones for inspections of infrastructure.
States have used the Medicaid waiver process to implement a wide variety of changes to their Medicaid programs, including requirements related to eligibility and enrollment, benefits and cost-sharing, and provider networks and payment.
(2) By contrast, the political organs of the WTO have remained somewhat neglected even though they, too, enjoy significant decisionmaking power because of the waiver power in Article IX Paragraph 3 of the WTO Agreement.
State coordinators of the waiver programs say that they have increased college-going by Native Americans and produced leaders who return to their tribes, as Shwom has done.
The secretaries can approve a waiver only if a state's program would "provide coverage to a comparable number of residents of the state as would be provided coverage absent the waiver," officials say in a preliminary version of the guidance.
Texas public schools will get a waiver from federal No Child Left Behind requirements - as long as the state can ensure its schools are using teacher and principal evaluation systems that meet federal standards by January.