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[ US /ˌdɪskənˈtɪnjuəns/ ]
  1. the act of discontinuing or breaking off; an interruption (temporary or permanent)
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How To Use discontinuance In A Sentence

  • The laboratory must maintain a copy of each procedure with the dates of initial use and discontinuance.
  • This discontinuance of activity is in itself not completely to blame for child obesity issues, but it does contribute.
  • The only grounds upon which suspension and discontinuance of support can be made are those set out in Regulation 20.
  • She said that when the news first came about the set up of a discontinuance committee, both students and parents were upset, but the advisers were able to provide information and assure people. CU Independent: The Applications Are In
  • Jazz, a regional carrier that flies on behalf of Air Canada, filed its "discontinuance" in the case Monday. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
  • There was much annoyance at the discontinuance of the first-time house buyers grant and the cutbacks in the Community Enterprise Schemes.
  • The new handbook provides that faculty appointments can be terminated because of a ‘financial emergency’ or ‘program discontinuance.’
  • The limitation period shall be counted anew from the time of discontinuance.
  • He also offered to consent to the discontinuance of the actions against the defendants other than Her Majesty, without costs and without prejudice to his right to rely on their alleged defaults in support of the claims against the Crown.
  • As long as the world is progressing, wide class distinctions are inevitable; their discontinuance will be a sign that equilibrium has been reached. Alps and Sanctuaries of Piedmont and the Canton Ticino
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