The action of ceasing to participate in an activity
her withdrawal from the commercial art world
The process of ceasing to take an addictive drug
a retraction of a previously held position
the act of taking out money or other capital
the act of withdrawing; "the withdrawal of French troops from Vietnam"
avoiding emotional involvement
the act of ceasing to participate in an activity
coitus interruptus: a method of birth control in which coitus is initiated but the penis is deliberately withdrawn before ejaculation
Withdrawal can refer to any sort of separation, but is most commonly used to describe the group of symptoms that occurs upon the abrupt discontinuation/separation or a decrease in dosage of the intake of medications, recreational drugs, and/or alcohol. ...
A withdrawal is a type of military operation, generally meaning retreating forces back while maintaining contact with the enemy. A withdrawal may be undertaken as part of a general retreat, to consolidate forces, to occupy ground that is more easily defended, or to lead the enemy into an ambush. ...
Receiving from someone's care what one has earlier entrusted to them. Usually refers to money; A method of birth control which consists of removing the penis from the vagina before ejaculation; A type of metabolic shock the body undergoes when a substance, usually a toxin such as heroin, to ...
(withdraw) To pull (something) back; To take back (a comment, etc); To remove, to stop providing (one's support, etc); To extract (money from an account); To retreat
(Withdrawals) Money that you withdraw from your annuity. In a deferred annuity, you can generally make full or partial withdrawals, although a withdrawal charge may be imposed, as well as ordinary income taxes. A tax penalty on earnings for withdrawals
(Withdrawals (W) (or leakages)) Incomes of households or firms that are not passed on round the inner flow. Withdrawals equal net saving (S) plus net taxes (T) plus expenditure on imports (M): W = S + T + M.
(Withdrawals) Amounts paid to employees or former employees or their survivors, representing return of contributions made by employees during the period of their employment, and any interest on such amounts. ...
(Withdrawals) An amount of cash that a policy owner can elect to take from a Universal Life policy that may or may not be subject to income tax.
(Withdrawals) assets taken out of a business for the owner’s personal use
(Withdrawals) cashing title characters of WebMoney. Supports output to a bank account, exchange for cash in exchange office, withdrawal with the card or WebMoney Western Union, etc..
(Withdrawals) deductions from a savings or investment account
Requests for withdrawals from your Cash Balance will be conducted in a timely manner. Please allow up to 10 business days for processing and receipt of your money. This depends upon your chosen method of withdrawal. ...
Withdrawals may be initiated by the student or instructor at any time during the semester after the official reporting date —the 12th class day in the Fall and Spring semesters, the 6th class day in the Flex session, and the 4th class day in the Summer sessions — and before the official ...
(Withdraw) To remove a bill, amendment, or other legislative matter from a committee or from further consideration by the body.
Withdraw refers to the transferring of money from your Bettor.com account back to you.
(WITHDRAW) Received written request from applicant to withdraw permit and further processing by KC is stopped. Refund or billing may be necessary.
(6. withdraw) to engage in a retreat
(Withdraw) A request by the applicant that the Commission cease processing and dismiss a pending application.
(Withdraw) Manuscript removed permanently from the peer review process, usually at the request of the author. It is ethically appropriate to request an official statement from the author regarding their reasons for withdrawing a manuscript. ...