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Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez questioned whether an officer could be decertified before he or she was terminated, because members of the public would be able to bring complaints to POST directly.
Cowan said that Postal Service leaders had not eliminated overtime — but that mail sorting procedures had changed, effectively terminating it in certain ways anyway.
This causes the qubits to lose their quantum state and decohere, terminating any actual quantum computing.
Computer scientists are generally interested in knowing whether a given rewriting system always terminates.
PG&E owed the firm millions of dollars when it abruptly terminated its business relationship this year.
She works in a nonunion position and can be terminated at any time by the governor.
NSO says it has terminated three contracts in the past for infractions including abuse of Pegasus, but it refuses to say which countries or agencies were involved or who the victims were.
And I would respectfully suggest that this interview must definitely terminate the matter one way or the other.
He had hitherto lived for universal man:—his days should terminate on a different principle.
In many cases an agency is created for an indefinite period, and in these either party can terminate it whenever he desires.
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