other words for waive
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The seizing of the urea by the kidney cell is a vital phenomenon which we must waive for the moment.
He had a right to doubt there, which he was willing to waive.
It remains for us, therefore, to waive the salutation in this instance.
If you would like to sign it, you can; if you want to waive signing it, you can also.
Said another: "The waive note is good for twenty years and when you sign one you must either pay out or die out."
I waive all objections that it was not filed till after default was taken, and demur to it upon the merits.
Mrs. Gallilee might not object to waive her claims, until time has softened existing asperities.
It was the coming of a child which induced them to waive their theories and face for its sake a repugnant compliance with custom.
You also have the right to waive these privileges if you see fit.
This will be written up and you can look it over and correct it if you wish, or you can waive your signature if you wish.
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