The act of suspending, or the state of being suspended; pendency; as, suspension from a hook.
The state of a solid when its particles are mixed with, but undissolved in, a fluid, and are capable of separation by straining; also, any substance in this state.
The prolongation of one or more tones of a chord into the chord which follows, thus producing a momentary discord, suspending the concord which the ear expects. Cf. Retardation.
Suspending the use of a pesticide when EPA deems it necessary to prevent an imminent hazard resulting from its continued use. An emergency suspension takes effect immediately; under an ordinary suspension a registrant can request a hearing before the suspension goes into effect. Such a hearing process might take six months.
Of a person in respect of the exercise of his office, powers, prerogative, etc.; as, the suspension of a student or of a clergyman.
To be excluded from the university as a penalty for failure to meet academic or behavioral standards.
is when a child is removed from school for a specific number of days due to a disciplinary action.
A student on probation who fails to raise the GPA will be placed on academic suspension for one semester.
Especially, temporary delay, interruption, or cessation
A conditional withholding, interruption, or delay; as, the suspension of a payment on the performance of a condition.
(1) The suspension of a grant is the temporary withdrawal of federal sponsorship. This includes the withdrawal of authority to incur expenditures against grant funds, pending corrective action, or a decision to terminate the grant.(2) The suspension of an individual or organization causes that party to be temporarily ineligible to receive any assistance and benefits from the federal government pending completion of investigation and legal proceedings as prescribed under agency regulations implementing Executive Order 12549. Such actions may lead to debarment of the grantee.
Temporary release from duty of a staff employee, usually without pay. Suspension without pay of a Regular Staff employee is subject to employee appeal.
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On most older and cheaper bikes, knees. On newer bikes, mechanical contrivances which cost a lot more than knees. See Moulton.
Refers to the various springs, shock absorbers and linkages used to suspend a car's frame, body, engine and drivetrain above the wheels.
Connecting system, including springs, between vehicle wheel and body, designed to give best possible riding qualities by keeping unsprung weights to a minimum and reducing shock loadings on track.
Of punishment, or sentence of punishment.
A stay or postponement of execution of a sentence condemnatory by means of letters of suspension granted on application to the lord ordinary.
Held up or put on the shelf; temporarily stopped.
To halt trading in a security temporarily usually pending an announcement.
The system that supports the weight of the vehicle and provides for a comfortable and safe ride for the driver and passengers.
In general cars with firmer suspension have better handling but suffer a loss of ride quality on rough surfaces. Known as the ride/handling compromise - the sportier the handling, the harder the ride. A few models have adjustable suspension settings for better (softer) ride or better handling. A test drive would indicate whether this feature is important to you.
The elements that hold a loudspeaker driver's moving parts together, allows them to move, and helps return them to rest. Most commonly, these include the flexible surround around the outer rim of the driver and the spider on the underside of the diaphragm. See Spider.
Transport of sediment by wind or water currents that are strong enough to keep the sediment particles continuously above the stream bottom or ground. (See traction and saltation for comparison.)
Pitch held over from a previous chord, becoming dissonant in the new chord, and resolving downward.
a momentary tension caused by the holding over of a note from one chord into the next chord, to which it does not belong
Sustained or "held-over" note of a chord that becomes dissonant when other voices of the chord move to a new harmony, usually resolved down a step or half step.
The use of a nonharmonic tone to delay the resolution of a chord, frequently as it occurs in a cadence.
A notice that a person may not drive under their licence for a period of time.â€¢ Drink Driving
a period of time without pay
Ban for specified period
a serious undertaking, and your motivation should come from within, not concern about what anyone else might think
a very serious thing, however, sometimes it's necessary to remove a person from the guild
interruption of research; CDC's Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) have authority to interrupt research when it is found that a previously approved research protocol is not being conducted in accordance with the IRB's requirements or that the protocol has been associated with unexpected serious harm to participants.