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He was suspended by the league until he agreed to stand for the anthem and was traded after the season to the Sacramento Kings, where his NBA career effectively ended in 1998.
Other sports followed, just as they did in March when the season was suspended four months because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Swing states such as Florida and Wisconsin have suspended efforts to send teams to nursing homes to assist with voting.
The status of “suspended” simply means we are waiting for additional information before closing this complaint.
Faulconer and San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo are asking the appellate court to suspend that order to prevent the companies from following through on their threats to pull out of California if forced to comply.
As a result, the site suspended the campaign and said it would refund the donations unless Kolfage identified a non-profit that would receive it.
A statement posted on the Seat Pleasant city website says Grant voluntarily stepped down temporarily as mayor on July 19, one day before the Council voted unanimously to suspend him from his duties pending an independent investigation.
I’ll just tell you an aerosol is all suspended droplets in the air.
Accordingly, some suspended the work with messengers, as with any other channels generating leads.
He devised a rat cage in the form of a turntable suspended over water.
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