debarment

[ US /dɪˈbɑɹmənt/ ]
NOUN
  1. the act of prevention by legal means
    they achieved his debarment from holding public office
  2. the state of being debarred (excluded from enjoying certain possessions or rights or practices)
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How To Use debarment In A Sentence

  • When a debarment occurs, the bank posts it on its Web site to demonstrate public accountability.
  • The Association must hold steadfast on the suspension and debarment.
  • A government contractor, for instance, could face suspension or debarment. FCPA Settlements Can Become Costly Burdens
  • The government has been signaling for the last couple years that pharmaceutical executives should expect to become targeted for prosecution or debarment. Project On Government Oversight: You're Fired: Forest Labs' CEO May Be Banned From Federal Health Care
  • But it didn't announce the ban, called a debarment, until Dec. 23 -- and then only after press reports about it. World Bank Had Cited
  • “Since the signing of the Cross-Debarment agreement earlier this year, INT has worked diligently with our MDB partners to ensure that enforcement is not delayed,” said McCarthy.
  • This is an amazingly brilliant if impractical idea given the level of corruption in military and doubtless civilian procurement (sort of super-debarment for those versed in procurement law), but we all know it will never survive the legislative sausage factory. Discourse.net: Goverment to Only Do Business With Honest Contractors -- Military-Industrial Complex Faces Doom
  • We've been co-operating with these law enforcement agencies of our member countries to bring such matters to their attention, so it's certainly in no way finished simply because we announce a debarment.
  • The U.S. government is moving toward "debarment" - which would prohibit the owner of Sulieman and his nephew from conducting business with the U.S. for up to three years. 13WHAM: Top Stories
  • they achieved his debarment from holding public office
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