Definitions for "withdrawal"
Regular withdrawal from courses takes place during the drop period in the first 10 days of semester and is done by accessing RegLine or WebLine. If you do not drop a class during this time period, you will need special permission to do so.
a condition that results from the abrupt discontinuation of a dependency-inducing drug, characterized by symptoms such as sweating, tremors and nausea and pain.
formal separation from an alliance or federation
when the man takes his penis out of the woman's vagina before he ejaculates. Sometimes used as a form of contraception -- but it's not a reliable method because sperm can leak into the woman's vagina at any point during sex. The man may also not be able to stop himself from ejaculating while his penis is still inside the woman's vagina.
A birth control technique in which the penis is removed from the vagina before ejaculation.
One of the oldest known methods of contraception in which the man removes his penis from the vagina before ejaculation. Also known as coitus interruptus.
The act of withdrawing; withdrawment; retreat; retraction.
a response to physical danger or severe stress characterized by a state of apathy, lethargy, depression and retreat into oneself.
Process of retreating from society and relationships with others. Usually includes lack of interest in social activities and difficulty in communicating with others.
A psychological and / or physical syndrome caused by the abruptly stopping or reducing substance use that has been heavy and prolonged. The symptoms include clinically significant distress or impairment in social, occupational or other important areas of functioning and are not due to a general medical condition or accounted for by another mental disorder.
the termination of drug taking
A variety of unpleasant symptoms (e.g., difficulty concentrating, irritability, anxiety, anger, depressed mood, sleep disturbance, and craving) that occur after use of an addictive drug is reduced or stopped. Withdrawal symptoms are thought to increase the risk for relapse.
Keywords:  ritiro, ritirata
"ritiro, ritirata"
A removal of funds from an account.
The process of taking money out of a financial account, resulting in a reduced balance.
To take money out of a savings or checking account through any channel, ATM, or in the branch.
a terrible precedent which will only whet the appetite for more
The process of removing items from the collection because they are outdated, duplicates, or in very poor condition; also the process of updating the record status to let patrons know the item is missing or being removed from the collection; Research libraries (like OSUL) rarely withdraw unique items from their collections
If an item is significantly damaged or loses its scholarly value it may be withdrawn from the collection.
water removed from a ground- or surface-water source for use.
Water removed from a surface or groundwater source for use.
Refers to removal or taking of water from surface water bodies or groundwater sources.
Keywords:  hiatus, see
See Hiatus.
The process by which a foreign (out of state) corporation winds down.
A movement whereby a force disengages from an enemy force according to the will of the commander.
The statutory procedure whereby a foreign corporation or foreign LLC obtains the consent of a state to terminate its authority to transact business there.
Keywords:  kpers, forfeits, pills, sleeping, takes
When a member leaves KPERS-covered employment and takes all of his or her KPERS contributions plus interest. In doing so, he or she forfeits any future benefits.
The negative effects experienced when a person stops taking sleeping pills.
The process of taking water from a source and conveying it to a place for a particular type of use.
Voluntary termination of an insurance contract by the policyowner. See also lapse.----------[ Back
The voluntary termination of an insurance contract by the policy owner.
Segregation of particular lands from the operation of specified public land laws, making those laws (including the mineral location and leasing laws) inapplicable to the withdrawn lands.
One of the ‘Ethical Principles for Conducting Research with Human Participants’ endorsed by the British Psychology Society in which a subject retains the right to his/her ‘data’ and is able to withdraw consent at any time and have any data pertaining to them excluded from the study.
Rules which oblige providers of certain products to defer the commencement of the investment for a period of time during which the customer has the right to change his or her mind and withdraw from the agreement.
Keywords:  turnover, see
(See: turnover.)
An appellant may, at any time withdraw the appeal by notifying the Commissioner, who will inform the other parties of the withdrawal.
A request by the applicant that the Commission cease processing and dismiss a pending application.
Keywords:  pmk, conflict, sides, one
One or both sides withdraw from the conflict. [D02132] PMK87
a permanent severance from the university and from candidacy for the degree
For a deferred annuity, payment of a portion of the annuity's accumulated value to the contract owner during the accumulation period. Also known as partial withdrawal and partial surrender.
A distribution from an annuity other than scheduled annuity payments.
A description of the total amount of water taken from a lake, river, or aquifer.
Keywords:  bidder, auction, failing, reserve, meet
A bidder's withdrawal from an auction after failing to meet the reserve price on an item. Back to the top
Failure to reach the reserve price or insufficient bidding. No Terms Available
avoiding emotional involvement
an order, followed by an action, not a piece of legislation